GLIDE 2013: Looking Ahead with Kristina Bautista

We continue January with GLIDE staff voices sharing their hopes and intentions for the coming year on our blog. Today’s submission comes from Kristina Bautista, GLIDE Health Services, EHR Analyst.

Kris Bautista

From left to right, GHS Staff, Denee, Ed, Kristina

What is your hope for our program participants this year?
I hope that all humans, realize their infinite potential and lead a full and enriching life.

What will you do to ensure that the community is served with unconditional love and compassion? I will make sure that I take care of myself and give myself permission to accept that I am human and make mistakes. My new year’s resolution was to try and be happy every day this year  and to find a way to laugh when things get rough. I will also push myself to step outside of my comfort zone. If I’m not challenging myself, I’m not living up to my fullest potential.

What are you most excited about as 2013 kicks off?
I am excited to begin another year and see what God/Allah/Yahweh/The energy of the universe has in store for me.

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One comment on “GLIDE 2013: Looking Ahead with Kristina Bautista
  1. Steve Dymott says:

    Thanks Kristina, You’ve made me think about what I should be looking for this year. Best regards, Steve Dymott

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