PRESIDENT'S MESSAGES | FALL 2006
By: Jeannie Herriott
I was trying to think about something really newsworthy and maybe a little motivating to write about for my last article in the AADMRT Currents, but I was clueless. After all, I've had three opportunities to contribute my thoughts and observations to you throughout the year, and I was thinking that maybe I've said all I can say on the subject matter. I?m still trying to absorb all the information I was given at the recent Monterey convention!
For those of you who attended the convention, I feel certain that not only did you feel inspired by what the speakers had to say, but also you felt a certain camaraderie with your peers, as everyone is so friendly and willing to sharing their experiences. I usually come back from these classes with my head buzzing with ideas and a feeling of being recharged, and Monterey was no exception.
Most of all, however, I enjoyed the company of every member in our association. I love seeing the same faces every year and look forward to meeting new ones. When I?m in the company of people that understand my work language, I am motivated to do better in all aspects of my life, but especially when working with the public who place their trust in my knowledge and compassion.
Our association continues to provide excellent ongoing education and I urge you to attend our conventions, get to know your peers, read our informative newsletter, and know that we are all in this exciting profession together. I can?t wait to see what new technological changes await us, because with the help and expertise of our association, I feel confident that we?ll be able to incorporate the necessary changes as needed. What a great feeling that is! And that?s what I?m talking about!