Joined 14 years ago from Australia
I suppose people have the right to call me a 'rare breed'.
Unlike the majority of career people, I took a rather non-linear road to where I am, now.
I'm comfortable switching between my right and left brain, juggling between managing a team and putting strategies in place, researching, and painting/drawing, photography, writing.
Although my interests ranges quite widely, these past years, I do believe my main interests are in personal development, leadership, and health/medicine. On the side, I'm an artist - do follow my journey at www.annekesgallery.wordpress.com.
Apart from sharing my interest with HubPages community, I look forward to learn from what other Hubbers wrote. After all, I am living to the image of 'rare breed' - in the nicer sense, that is.
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