Blondes in Pursuit of Nobel Prize

September 10, 2008 at 11:07 am 1 comment

Well, this has absolutely nothing to do with resumes, but it has a lot to do with a very interesting humanitarian based, women’s networking organisation which is launching in the U.S. – and it’s all about Blonde Power. 

As the forerunner they have launched a t-shirt (more designs to come I believe) celebrating blonde power and calling for blondes to unite to make an impact for good in the world. Check out the t-shirt site at www.blondeshappen.com. The ‘parent’ site is in its fledgling stages and can be viewed at www.blondesinc.com Be sure to watch the slide show on the Reflections page and check back in the future as the organisation grows.

Though their focus is very seriously on helping others – they also intend having a strong focus on fun – and shopping! As part of the fun focus they have adopted the catch cry “Blondes in Pursuit of Nobel Prize!”

I’m not blonde myself – but I’ve sure had enough ‘blonde moments’. I guess that qualifies me as a potential member when they open their books.

As Winston Churchill said: “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”

Here’s to writing powerful resumes.

Beverley Neil

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  • 1. Donna-Marie  |  September 13, 2008 at 3:52 am

    What a powerful slideshow! Thanks for sharing that wonderful site.

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