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“In her acceptance speech for the George Ryga Award, wild salmon activist Alexandra Morton (left) says humans have to learn how to fit into this planet & stop destroying so much around us.FULL STORY

 

 

Introverts out of the closet

December 01st, 2015

Born in Bolton, Lancashire, England in 1954, Lesley Taylor of Richmond, B.C. was brought to B.C. in 1956 and grew up in B.C. As a social worker and adult educator, she also helps “indie” writers understand the intricacies of self-publishing. Her own first book, The Dynamic Introvert: Leading Quietly with Passion and Purpose (Western Winds Publishing $18.99) is a self-help guide for introverts who seek to assert themselves as leaders. The Dynamic Introvert also contains a chapter on utilizing energy in an optimal way in order to fully explore the “leadership journey.” Prior to her first book, Taylor contributed a column for the Richmond Review. A follow-up volume, also for introverts, is planned.  978-0-9936546-2-6

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