Let’s Start with One-in-a-Million Ways
I suspected that if I made a One-in-a-Million Award that people like me would see the value in shouting out someone’s uniqueness. I also suspected that folks would find their own one-in-a-million ways of telling the world about what people do that’s special — maybe even two people at a time! Here’s the first One-in-a-Million Award(s).
For the One-in-a-Million-Category of:
Enthusiastic and contagious entrepreneur who regularly helps us all be happy at work. This category requires an above average ability to enlist the support of others in your quest, a generous spirit, an amazing sense of humor, and a flair for words. This person must sincerely desire to see others happy in what they do and be willing to sacrifice their time and energy to make it so.
The winner (male): Alexander Kjerulf, Chief Happiness Officer
When I started to write this with Alexander in mind, I realized that there is another person that offers their time freely (and as a coach), helps people reach their professional Ã¢â¬ÅhappinessÃ¢â¬Â goals, and helps us to realize that job satisfaction comes in lots of shapes and sizes.
She more than qualifies too!
The winner (female): Pamela Slim, Escape from Cubicle Nation
Alexander and Pam help make the working world more enjoyable Ã¢â¬â on which ever side of a corporation you happen to find yourself!
This award was submitted by: One-in-a-Million Cohort Ann Michael
–ME “Liz” Strauss