Personally, I really don’t know each woman I am mentioning right now on this article. But, I have collaborated with them once or twice in the past and perhaps until today to some and became friends with in social media.
Women are passionate and can creatively depict a scene through use of words, which can captivate your emotions and senses like these writers and authors. Cynthia Ainsworthe, an award-winning author who personally knew Barry Manillow, wrote a passionate modern day love story. Donna McGarry, writer of a popular children’s audio book named Zodiacts. A M Zuniga, an emerging young writer who loves to write about action and adventure story. Jennifer Pendon, she tamed a long lost epic mythological tale. Amanda Johnson, she made me giggle and smile through her funny book about being a mother. Betty Alark, she enlightened my thoughts a bit to be more observant about people whom I interact with either online or personally cause everybody wears a poker face.
We all know the art world is dominated by men. But, I believe, there are a few women artists that deserve to be recognized and credited for their creative talents like Carmelita Legaspi, Cinzia Quadri and Elenita Dumlao. Carmelita’s art uniquely interpreted love, motherhood, and life experiences. Cinzia’s art is spontaneous. With so many media that she uses in her art, one thing I like the most is the linear-like tribal art design she beautifully created on a bike helmet. Elenita’s art is bold. In a way that she selectively expresses colors and forms to create a piece of art that will surely vibrate your senses.
One of the great experiences I had when I started to blog and collaborate with amazing talented people online is landing an online job as a freelancer. As a freelancer, I had collaborated with so many clients that are CEOs, business enthusiasts, freelancers, marketers, editors, transcribers, designers, etc., throughout the globe then and now. A few of them are women, which I can’t mention their names for privacy reasons.
Based on my experiences in the past, I’ve learned that collaborating with women can be very easy. You only need to show respect, patience, and understanding.