The Consulting Writer

aka The Frazzled Mom

Drop In For Tea

I recently had the privelage of speaking at a women’s tea event. I truly felt over my head and so unqualified to speak before anyone. Now, if it had to do with something like Microsoft Office software, I might have felt more at home. At any rate, I did it and I must say I truly enjoyed it, so much so that I’d like to share each day a slide or two that I presented.

Drop In For Tea

mulan teaIt’s a simple phrase, an invitation for a cup of tea. What’s the big deal with tea? Well, to start, we can have it hot or iced, bagged or loose, black, green or herbal. There are endless possibilities and more flavors seem to come out every year. Whatever form you choose, enjoying a cup of tea is an act performed worldwide by millions of people each day. I believe tea is more popular than (gasp) coffee!

Have you heard of Lipton’s ad campaign: drink positive. Here’s an old commercial that I found, but one that hints at the benefits of tea. It’s uplifting. Of course, with my presentation, Hugh Jackman helped gain the attention of everyone in the room. I mean…can you blame them? One lady even asked me to play it again. lol   😉


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