One of the most kind-hearted persons I've ever met.
Everything started about a year and a half ago. A good friend of mine talked to me about a book she was invited to read: Facebreak: The Hidden Side of How Texting, Liking, and Stalking Impacts Our Relationships. I was intrigued by the title. And to make the story short, I got my copy and it brought me to know the author: Dave Worthen.
Yes, via Facebook, of course!
After reading just half of this amazing book, I had the chance to met him in person. And I was completely surprised when I discovered a great man that is not only a unique writer but also an artist, photographer, humanitarian, international speaker, sales training expert, counselor, and business consultant. Wow! But, to be very honest with you all, nothing impressed me more than his excellent sense of humor and his kindliness!
Some weeks later, I invited him to join BeBee. I was completely sure that he was going to be an amazing addition to my favorite social media platform.
Today, after one year, I can say
Dave is a wonderful blogger!!!
He has touched so many hearts.
He's an excellent and skilled writer.
He's a very smart and experienced consultant.
Besides all his great qualities, he is a loving and caring friend. Recently, he traveled more than 20 hours to the other side of the world just to help a good friend of his. I admire you so much, Dave! You are such a wonderful soul!
For me, this first year has been quite an adventure! A real pleasure collaborating with him. I love to make his blogs well known. Sharing them on different platforms and have other people to read his amazing posts. Most comments and feedbacks have been completely amazing and positive! You deserve no less, Dave!
This short video is a small tribute to a great person, -to You my dear friend- whose only purpose in life is to help others unconditionally. Enjoy!
Hip, hip, hooray! Hip, hip, hooray!
Congratulations on your First Anniversary blogging on social media Dave! :D
Thank you so very much!
“Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.” -Marcel Proust