Karen Lund, is not only an author she is also a global business consultant, an Elder, a jet setter, a storyteller, a physical education teacher, and a Red Cross staffer during Vietnam. Her journey began in Minot, North Dakota, USA, went around the world for a number of years on the Pacific Rim, and now is back in the United States.
She livens up a party with her stories from the times she consulted at a Barbie Doll factory, an underground silver, zinc and copper mine, a credit card call center, a stone quarry and stone cutting operation, an armored car operation, and at many more off-the-beaten-path places.
One of her claims to fame is being the “Bed-games Expert” aka recreation director at a Guam US Navy hospital during the Vietnam War. She used her negotiating skills, diplomacy and substantial charm to brighten the lives of many servicemen with movies, activities, and inspiration.
She fused her 50 years of listening, talking, observing and analyzing organizations, communities and individuals into the many insights in Being an Elder.
About the Book
"Being an Elder" is for anyone who has wisdom to share or who wants to help their Elders share more. Reading this book is very similar to being an Elder. The process is learn, reflect, change, and share. Journaling with reflective questions is one of the simple ways to capture treasures found along life’s journey. Take advantage of the activities in the book to apply the insights and lessons to your life. "Being an Elder" entertains with stories from Karen Lund’s life and world travels. Then it provides activities for fusing insights into actions. Follow Karen Lund, on the journey of “Being an Elder” to discover yourself and your unique contribution to family, community, and the world. Karen Lund, is not only an author she is also a global business consultant, an Elder, a jet setter, a story teller, a physical education teacher, and was a Red Cross staffer during Vietnam. She fused her 50 years of listening, talking, observing and analyzing organizations, communities and individuals into the many insights in "Being an Elder."