My goal is to transition to a virtual worker in order to travel the world, on a shoestring budget. I'm almost downsized to nomadic status (another year or two should do it), and I'm certified in two virtual accounting/bookkeeping programs (QuickBooks and Xero), and have studied the CELTA method of teaching English as a Second Language. In addition, I plan to learn the ins and outs of housesitting. My LinkedIn profile headline is Knowledge Seeker, Process Tweaker, Project Coordinator, and Chaos Tamer, meaning I'm experienced and competent in a wide array of administrative skills.
I'm a multipotentialite (see Emilie Wapnick's TED Talk) https://www.ted.com/talks/emilie_wapnick_why_some_of_us_don_t_have_one_true_calling?language=en
My most valuable learning experiences in library science: DeLange Conference VI on "Emerging Libraries" http://delange.rice.edu/conference_VI/ and American Libraries Live Episode 1, Library 2017, Tech At Warp Speed, http://americanlibrarieslive.org/ #allive
My most valuable learning experiences overall: Coursera courses, CELTA, and MBTI/Majors certification training.
I'm a great sidekick--Watson to Holmes, Spock to Kirk, Mrs. Peel to Steed.
Specialties: I have a continuing interest in libraries, Integral psychology, Spiral Dynamics, learning, neuroscience, multiple intelligences, emotional intelligence, sharing knowledge, and assessment.