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Kare Anderson

Yes, it is network weaving as you are helping people around sweet spots of mutual opportunity or need.
A sign of warp and woof weaving is when the connection makes all parties stronger, more resilient, more able to use their best talents more often.

As a fan of Me 2.0 and Ferrazzi's new book on Who's Got Your back? I notice a growing interest (hunger) in making meaningful connections and appreciating thoughtful, pro-active opportunity-makers.... traits you have long exhibited Beth

Where are you moving to??

Andrew Brandt


I've been trying to weave a new career since leaving a job as a bassoonist in symphony orchestras and becoming a nonprofit fundraiser, writer and administrator. Since I've been unemployed most of the past 2 years, I could certainly use Me 2.0.

I've also been exploring social media and its use with organizations for my future work, and am excited about the possibilities (and wondering how to get others as excited about collaborative work as I am).

I've appreciated your blog and posts, Beth, for quite some time.
Even if I don't get the book, just getting in touch (netweaving or whatever) would be excellent. I'm happy to weave new connections with others in the nonprofit world as well. Find me in the nonprofit groups on LinkedIn (AFP, Nonprofit Professionals, Web 2.0 for Nonprofit Organizations, etc.)


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