Author Archives: Nana

About Nana

Mom. Wife. Salesforce Administrator/Developer. Employee. Volunteer. Friend. Artist. Craftswoman. Passionate about my kids and their future! I am a Salesforce MVP. For more information on the Salesforce MVP community, visit: http://www.salesforce.com/mvp/ . Salesforce, Force, Force.com, Chatter, and others are trademarks of salesforce.com, inc. and are used here with permission.

Count the Ways

So on Twitter, the Salesforce twitter account put forth the question: How has Salesforce changed your life for good? As I’ve read the responses over the past few days I’ve thought over how to best answer the question. There are … Continue reading

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For Survivors & Those Who Want to Help

As the rain pounds down in Southeast Texas and South Louisiana, the entire country has been glued to the news. Watching, worried about friends and family and in awe at the devastation Hurricane Harvey has wreaked on these areas. I … Continue reading

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A Time to Renew

When we were displaced after the tornado, we moved into a sort of urban-ish apartment complex adjacent to a local outdoor mall. Our thought was that if we had to move into an apartment, we might as choose one that … Continue reading

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Shared Passion Ignites

I haven’t always had the same views politically as I do now. I grew up in a small town (under 10K people) in Texas and can confirm that locale matters when it comes to public opinion and forming of political … Continue reading

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An open letter to Marc Benioff and Parker Harris.

Thank you. Such a simple phrase. These two little words are completely inadequate to convey the emotions they are bursting with when uttered by a member of the Salesforce Ohana. In 1999 you set out to build a company. A … Continue reading

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