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We welcome other women worldwide...

Whether you simply want to be a mentor or if you'd like to connect with other Journeywomen worldwide, we welcome you. The service is complimentary with no strings attached. Here are a few tidbits of info that will help you to understand the signing up process a little better.

If, for any reason, you're not able to supply travel information to women coming to your city , we don't require that you be a mentor, at all. You can still use the service for receiving advice when you travel yourself.

Be responsible, please! If you do sign on and your e-mail address changes, please remember to make the changes at as well. Otherwise, you will be disappointing a woman who is trying to get some help. Women who've signed on before and are now no longer in a position to help, can simply unsubscribe their e-mail address from the directory at any time.

If you are someone who is requesting mentoring, we recommend you repeat the connect process several times. Often times the woman you are trying to reach is travelling herself and cannot answer you. This way, with several requests going out at the same time you can be assured of reaching at least one or two mentors.

Finally, always use common sense when connecting with others on the Internet. Be careful about revealing personal info, like your home address, to anybody you are networking with. If you plan to meet a woman, make sure that it is done in a busy place like a cafe or a museum. Cyberspace is imperfect; treat it accordingly, stay safe and have loads of fun!

Women's words on networking...

One life stamps and influences another, which in turn stamps and influences another, on and on, until the soul of human experience breathes on in generations we'll never meet.
(Mary Kay Blakely, Wake Me When It's Over, 1989)

Whatever we do to any other thing in the great web of life, we do to ourselves, for we are one.
(Brooke Medicine Eagle, Buffalo Woman Come Singing, 1991)

There's a thread that binds all of us together, pull one end of the thread,
the strain is felt all down the line.
(Rosamund Marshall, Kitty, 1943)

We all act as hinges -- fortuitous links between other people.
(Penelope Lively, Moon Tiger, 1987)

Source: The New Beacon Book of Quotations By Women, Rosalie Maggio.






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