3691Re: [americancomm] Hello, from Tulsa, Oklahoma!
- Apr 1, 2010its cool reading your mail. well the first thing to learn is how to be a good listener. if can manage to learn this important language art skill you will do very well in your business.take care.UTULU, Anthony U.
Department of Mass Communication,
College of Social and Management Sciences,
Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU),
Ikeji - Arakeji, Osun State,
234 (0) 803 414 7797
--- On Tue, 3/30/10, The Healing Center <sozomelord@...> wrote:
From: The Healing Center <sozomelord@...>
Subject: Re: [americancomm] Hello, from Tulsa, Oklahoma!
Date: Tuesday, March 30, 2010, 12:31 PMHi Brian,It's good to meet you. I found your introduction interesting. I started a nonprofit organization about 5 years ago. Since I had no experience with nonprofits I've had to "learn-as-I- go" and I know I have not always done things as well as they could have been done. I can always use any insights you may want to share. We are recently going through a growing phase with all the conflicts that accompany them.I am currently a full time student working on a Communication - Technology degree through the University of Phoenix. I love learning about communication. I must admit that 90 percent of everything I do is communication. Learning how to communicate better is going to make my whole world better in the end.Warm Regards,Cindy Hyde
East Texas Healing Center | www.HealMeLord. org936-569-PRAY (7729) | sozomelord@yahoo. com"Beloved I wish above all things that you mayprosper and be in health even as your soul
prospers." 3 John 2
From: Brian <briany1977@sbcgloba l.net>
To: americancomm@ yahoogroups. com
Sent: Wed, March 10, 2010 9:31:04 AM
Subject: [americancomm] Hello, from Tulsa, Oklahoma!
My name is Brian Young. I joined this group recently and thought I should post a quick introduction.
I am a development officer and nonprofit communicator, currently working for an international not-for-profit organization with nearly 35,000 members worldwide. I enjoy tailoring messages for varying audiences within our global community and I am excited by the evolution of social media as a means of professional communication.
I look forward to participating in your discussions and networking with other communications professionals.
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