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“Insist on yourself. Never imitate.” Ralph Waldo Emerson

Welcome to Mirth and Motivation!

Welcome to Mirth and Motivation!

 I believe in positive kismet/fate and write two blogs; Mirth and Motivation and Positive Kismet where I share motivational/inspirational lifestyle pieces offering life tips, wellness advice, creative expressions, reviews, interviews, social media ruminations, some humor, goodwill pieces, and insights on people, places, and events that shape our lives.

I wear several hats: I’m a Mother of two, a small biz owner, an amateur photographer, NY/SF based lifestyle/peace advocate, sales training/customer service consultant, motivational speaker, and social media enthusiast. I enjoy working with brands to share their message through social media and bring in new customers. I love a good laugh, encouraging people, good food and an occasional jaunt to somewhere around the world. I’d love to hear from you. You can email me at: contact(@)mirthandmotivation(.)com Reach out and connect with me!

WHO: I shared some specifics above. Additionally, I like to view myself as an internationalist. I grew up on three continents, have been exposed to people/places that remain culturally rich and varied, and enjoy traveling/meeting new people. I love toying with new gadgets, I’m a good cook, a martial arts student, and a life long yoga and meditation student. I am an avid reader and love reading across genres; however, I am partial to nonfiction especially autobiographies. I suppose most readers/writers have a bit of the voyeur in them…

WHAT: My interests in learning, teaching and traveling continue to inform my work as a training specialist. I love exchanging ideas and hearing fresh and positive perspectives on myriad topics that shape our professional and personal lives; on family, business, health, relationships, work, food, life and more. My blog is a reflection of my interests and life experiences. (See a few posts listed below).

WHY: My family, friends, faith and colleagues have been instrumental to my growth; therefore, I remember with gratitude, how important it is to encourage others. Mirth and Motivation is a doorway to sharing my appreciation for life, for people, and for those things that add meaning to life. Until we walk in another person’s shoes, we are not in a position to judge them. My blog is about sharing useful information and encouragement, not judgment. I’d love to hear from you. Reach out and connect with me!
Contact & Connect with me by leaving me a comment on a post or by connecting on: Email: contact(@)mirthandmotivation(.)com, +Elizabeth Obih-Frank (G+) LinkedIn, Facebook , and Twitter Pinterest, and Instagram. Thank You!

Until Next Time…
Ask. Believe. Receive. ©
By +Elizabeth Obih-Frank – Author
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18 Comments
  1. 10/11/2009 11:34 am

    Very Cool!!!

    Hello Ani,
    Thanks for your visit. Please stop again and share your thoughts… Cheers, Eliz

  2. 29/11/2009 1:20 am

    It is a pleasure to meet you. Your bio and website are
    inspiring. Thank you

    • 29/11/2009 3:14 pm

      Thank you Tom for taking the time to stop by and leave a message… Do check in again and share your thoughts on my posts. ;-)

  3. 14/03/2010 7:01 am

    What a cool blog! I’m going to be perusing your site!

    • 15/03/2010 11:44 am

      You are always welcome! Stay a while next time and update us on the lovely days in East Texas.

  4. 30/04/2010 6:24 pm

    WOW! Another person who works internationally–not sure what kind of a trainer you are but I work in international development in education and gender. As you well know if means a somewhat chaotic lifestyle. Actually, I’ve taken a long term project in Cairo, Egypt and am very much loving the stability even if my family (including my husband) are all in the US. Living overseas provides such a different perspective on life don’t you think? My kids grew up in Sub-Saharan Africa and it’s always been interesting to see how they navigated life because of that experience. Even when we lived in NOVA where there are lots of kids who’ve had int’l experiences teachers would comment on how socially aware ours were compared to other kids their age. I think it was because we were doing work in the grassroots and not living in the capital cities–there were no American schools or clubs memberships. They saw the reality of life for the folks living in those countries up close. Anyway, don’t want this to be a missive. Glad I stumbled unto your blog from SITS. I’ll be sure to drop by again and follow your thoughts here. dianeswords.wordpress.com

    • 27/01/2011 10:12 pm

      Hi Diane,
      I’m glad we connected on SITS and continued our exchange here. Like you, my training experience is long and varied. I’ve taught at the university level, worked as a corporate trainer, a non-profit facilitator/trainer, a motivational coach/speaker and an independent consultant. It has been an exciting, albeit challenging, career path and I look forward to more opportunities to work in the field.
      Thank you for your thoughtful comment… How are you doing? The last time I stopped by your blog, I couldn’t leave a comment. Do hope life is treating you with grace and that you are doing well in Egypt. How are things going there? Do stop by and update me when you can. :-)
      Cheers,
      Eliz

  5. 27/05/2010 8:09 pm

    so very nice of you to stop by and comment. much gratitude. rose is lucky to have you as a friend.

    ~annie

    • 26/01/2011 3:55 am

      It’s a pleasure to connect with you too! Rose is such a dear lady.
      We are all blessed to be friends. :-)
      Eliz

  6. 10/10/2010 1:42 am

    Eliz, you are the best!

  7. 13/01/2011 4:58 am

    you wrote:
    I am partial to nonfiction especially autobiographies.
    frizztext:
    So am I.
    topics: fathers, suicide, etc.

    • 26/01/2011 3:54 am

      Yes, real life is so fascinating… most of the time ;-)
      Eliz

  8. 26/01/2011 2:16 am

    Thank you Elizabeth, for the comments you left on Leslee’s blog after she connected you with my blog. I am looking forward to going deeper into your work and teachings.

    • 26/01/2011 3:52 am

      Thank you Walter, I look forward to seeing more of your art work. :-)
      Blessings,
      Eliz

  9. 29/01/2011 7:48 am

    Excellent info over again! Thumbs up:)

    • 30/01/2011 8:04 pm

      Thanks for stopping by… I enjoyed my visit to your blog.
      You have lovely photos and the wedding related stories are great :-)
      Eliz

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