Lee Ann Monfredini

What Are You Reading?

Believe it or not, we just celebrated our sixth month of blogging for 360Women.net and I sincerely hope you enjoy reading these posts as much as I enjoy writing them.

I’ve also been fortunate to persuade several wonderful, brilliant and generous guest authors to contribute some extraordinary posts on diverse subjects for this exciting venture.

But what do you think? And what other blogs are you following these days? If you have favorite writers, please share their names and links to their blogsites in the Comments section below.

Since our overarching mission is to help women everywhere “discover, connect and thrive,” I’m most interested in blogs written by women for women. However, I’m always open to male authors who support women’s issues, opportunities and challenges.

Inspiring or comical, informative or educational, cooking or health or whatever you have – if it makes you think, laugh or cry, I’d love to hear about it and look forward to reading what you read!

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Lee Ann Monfredini

Lee Ann Monfredini

A graduate of the University of San Francisco with a degree in Management, Lee Ann Monfredini has not only served on the boards and executive teams of some of the most respected health and social organizations in the Bay Area, but also become a one of the most respected agents in the real estate market. With more than $100 million of successful home sales under her belt, she’s living proof that personal expertise and insightful perspective can provide any client with a competitive advantage.

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    • I love reading your blog because you reflect my own feelings and mirror my heart. Something I remember my Dad telling me over and over as I went through graduate school and residencies was that I needed to always remember that “Happiness is not found at completion because you never really finish; happiness comes along the way.” I knew so many people who thought they could put their life (and their family’s life) ‘on hold’ until they finished only to find they didn’t have more time for any of the things they had put ‘on hold.’

  • This new venture of yours is inspiring and informative. Thank you for inviting me to be a small part of this “conversation.” We’re all getting our news and information from a rich and diverse universe of opportunities. 360Women is important; let’s keep reading, learning and growing together. Thank you LeeAnn!

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