From Dannah’s Point of View

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Thank you for joining me on this journey of growth and mastery.

This is my blog 🙂 short stories of big growing sprouts, I’ll capture rest too… because now I know better than to forget to rest.

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About Dannah:

Committed to her ongoing career development and professional advancement, Dannah is the Operations Manager at GameSim and CEO of I Am Your Team. Her aim is to make an impact in the community by combining her skills in executive and finance with her expertise in creating a collaborative work environment. Dannah’s notable relevant educational achievements include an Associate of Art in Biology from Seminole Community College and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Central Florida. She is a Youth Mental Health First Aid Certified who promotes conscious living. Dannah started her career as a Executive Assistant and worked her way into being an administrative coordinator, and finally Operations Manager.  Through it all, she has been molded into a friendly, competent, and driven professional who wants to see the Conscious Evolution and Self & Community Healing transforms the future.

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  • Home?
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  • Winter Solstice 2021
    Yesterday I walked into the mountains as the sun set, with my sister @suzanneyvetteobando , to celebrate the Winter Solstice. The further in we got, the darker it was. Passing people by as they were leaving … to avoid the dark, and we were just arriving, right after dark. A man asked if we hadContinue reading “Winter Solstice 2021”