About Linda Thornton
People always told Linda Thornton that she was lucky. It seemed as if everything always went her way. From the time she was a young girl, she had created a formula that seemed to work for her. She would establish a goal, focus on it, practice positive thinking and then put herself “out there”. She soon found that she could accomplish almost anything she put her mind to.
Armed with only an Associates Degree and her moxie, Thornton has had a successful business career in such varied positions as President of a New York sales representative agency, owner of a gift shop in a historic landmark building in Arkansas, Director of Medical Staff Administration for a large Chicago hospital, published author and manager of a Catholic National Shrine.
How she also cultivated her personal life to reflect her dreams makes you wonder: is it luck or is there something to this positive force?
“You got moxie, kid!”. That old movie line conjures up a vision of the young, tap dancing hopeful who elbows her way to the front line and becomes a star. The word “moxie” is defined as fortitude, determination and grit.
This women’s lifestyle blog was created as a vibrant reminder that you can use what you have to get what you want and propel yourself to be the person you want to be. Linda Thornton provides the catalyst to cultivating your best self through how-to articles, observations and chronicling her life adventures.
Amoxiegirl.com aims to give women a focus on how to live life to the fullest. Thornton’s insights will generate a shared platform for women to interact and find strength together.
Is it luck or do some women just know how to utilize their “special powers” to enrich their own lives and then influence others to do the same by sharing their experiences? Amoxiegirl.com was created as a vivid reminder that the back row only serves as the starting point to move forward.
The Cast of Characters:
Mr. Wizard/Mr. Wiz: My darling husband and my best friend, who is well versed on every subject and always seems to know the answer to the question.
Big A: My wonderful, six foot five inch, handsome (and single) son.
JC: My lovely mom and my best girl friend. Given the name “JC” years ago (her initials), when I hired her to be my interim secretary and did not feel comfortable to say “Any messages, Mommy?”
If you would like to contact Linda Thornton regarding brand ambassadorships, advertising opportunities, media appearances, public speaking engagements, interviews or writing assignments, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.