Joyous Joy 19: I am Officially Famous!

Not really, but I do feel pretty cool that I’ve created a video to share the purpose and mission of this blog with my friends, family and other potential followers.

Inside Communications with Kate Forster for Joyous Joys from Media Training Worldwide on Vimeo.

You can also read the official press release about it at PRLog!

Thanks to Mike Bako, Kate Fowler and Erica Serio for making this all happen!

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3 thoughts on “Joyous Joy 19: I am Officially Famous!

  1. I feel the need to recap some Joyous Joys over the past couple of days:

    – the other day I was telling an adorable older lady on the TKTS line to go to Play Express, and I also paid her a sincere compliment — I told her she looked liked Debbie Reynolds. After walking her and her husband over to the Play Express cue, she planted the biggest wet kiss on my cheek. Sometimes a simple compliment can mean whole a lot to someone!

    – Oh, and today, I went to the Annual Barney’s Warehouse Sale to redeem a Gift Card. It seemed like even at slashed prices, I still couldn’t afford a darn thing. So instead of going the predictable route and buying the least expensive sport coat and pay the difference, I bought as many fancy schmancy undergarments from Switzerland and ties as I could. Shopping smart is always a joyous joy!

    – One more, it was raining horribly today and wasn’t in the best of moods. It didn’t help the cause that the N train wasn’t running Manhattan bound, and having to go in the opposite direction only to transfer is one of my biggest pet peeves. So instead of sucking it up and dealing, I decided to help an elderly lady carry her grocery cart down two flights of stairs. It was both a good deed that cancelled out my bad mood and killed enough time for me to use my Metrocard at an R train station. The train arrived as soon as I got the platform. The karma came back to me right way.

    Thanks for helping me recognize these joys! Keep em’ coming!

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