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March 22, 2012

Very Inspiring Blogger Award

An enormous THANK YOU goes out to Dr. Angela Kowitz Orobko from “akissofbliss” at akissofbliss.wordpress.com for nominating me for the “Very Inspiring Blogger Award. I am very appreciative for “akissofbliss” and the steady flow of positive messages! The blog “akissofbliss” has been awarded with multiple blogging awards! Please stop by “akissofbliss” for a daily dose of encouragement and inspiration!

Here are seven things about me.

  1. My wife and kids are the most important things in my life.
  2. I am an occupational therapist by trade and I enjoy supporting the needs of students that receive special education services.
  3. I have created a program that uses full body movements to teach handwriting skills to Kindergarten students.
  4. I love to surf every weekend I can.
  5. When I can’t surf, I like to mountain bike.
  6.  I appreciate a good cup of coffee!
  7.  I live in San Diego California.

 

My seven nominations for Very Inspiring Blogger Are…..

  1. http://jayrando.wordpress.com/ – Jay offers good advice. Thank you Jay for your comments and support.
  2. http://goss-coaching.com/ – Great personal coaching advice!
  3. http://saymberblondi.wordpress.com/ – Honest, passionate and encouraging posts!
  4. http://emilybryantphd.com/ – “The Counselor Muses” – Good advice based on sound clinical experience.
  5. http://raisondetre2012.wordpress.com – Giving all readers a “reason to live”
  6. http://leadingwithtrust.com/ – Very well written leadership blog.
  7. http://writingyourdestiny.com/ – Another blogger with the mission to bring joy to the world.

Rules for the “Very Inspiring Blogger Award”:

1.Thank the person who nominated you.

2. Share 7 things about yourself

3. Pass the award to 7 nominees

I admit that it was challenging to keep the list at seven. There are many blogs that I follow that are deserving of awards! Some already have received awards.

I want to thank the entire blogging community and to everyone who has visited “Influence Versus Control”.

All the best,

Andrew Gilbert