Liz Strauss has had the courage to voice who she is in a whisper heard round the world.
The foremost businesswoman on Twitter, she has refused to accept business as usual.
Like thought leaders before us, in the privacy of her own observations she has understood the contributions of individuals, small companies and corporations and guided them into a new direction of love, purpose and humanization.
She has played a roll in synergizing a virtual community with concrete and evolving business principles stating, “Build the barn, not the Colosseum.” And these “barns” have been built in cities and towns around the country, giving fuel and voice to small companies, entrepreneurs, start-ups and non-profits that my have otherwise questioned their own value or waffled under the weight of fear and self-doubt.
Each “barn” has been built one individual and one company at a time. But the cumulative effect has meant 81,500 Twitter followers resonating with and contributing to her whisper while furthering their own missions of hope and good business.
Liz has shaped a new community, one that I am proud to enter. It is a difficult conversation because it demands an open heart, honest curiosity and transparency.
In a world that can harden us through atrocity, uncertainty or despair, staying open and sensitive is not an easy task.
According to Rollo May citing Albert Camus from “The Artist At Work”, Camus tells the tale of a painter whose last work has one small word in the middle of his final canvas. It is either solidarity or solitary – the word is indistinguishable.
And this is why Liz’s work is so important. In solitary and solidarity she has shifted the future while giving the rest of flash lights to not only see ahead but to see each other.
Please join us this evening to hear Liz speak on how to magnetize opportunity for your company.
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