About a month ago, I took the Silva workshop on intuition which I had been wanting to do for years.

The workshop was excellent, but that’s not what I am writing about now.

It was a small group, so at the end of the workshop, the trainer asked each us to say something about ourselves.  When it was my turn, I said that my book had just been published and my coauthor and I were developing our website and figuring out how we would spread our message about how to lead consciously and reframing change.  My next task, I said, was to learn more about social media marketing.

Virtually the next person to speak was a woman named Aleksandra Harper.  She said that her expertise was in social media and she was writing a book on the subject because most people did not know how to do it effectively.

We stared at each in amazement because she provided the very service I was looking for.To cap it off, we met at a workshop on intuition.  Talk about serendipity!

I came home, looked her up on the web, and read everything she had written — which was a lot.  Much of it is located on her blog.  The wealth of her information on the subject dazzled me.  I might also add that anyone who understands the value of cultivating one’s intuition has my immediate attention.

I e-mailed Aleksandra, asking her to help me learn about social media marketing, and she has been doing so every since.

If you want to understand social media, her website is a useful place to start. In the spirit of full disclosure, I will also add that this post was prompted by an offer she placed on her blog back in January that I recently discovered. She wrote:

Write a short 200-500 word review of Aleksandra’s Blog on your site, include a link to this post and blog, and I will link back to your site regardless of your page rank.

The only other requirement is that you tell the truth, the real truth and nothing but the truth. Be open and honest about what you like and what you don’t like.

So I’m doing that.  I believe in the quality of what she produces, so I am happy to recommend her to you.  She knows her stuff.


Jean Latting

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