Kim Siever is a communicator.

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A writer

I could talk for hours about my love for writ­ing, but I’ll say this much here: I enjoy blog­ging and writ­ing poet­ry; I enjoy writ­ing speech­es; I enjoy writ­ing in my jour­nal; and I enjoy writ­ing about Mor­mon the­ol­o­gy.

I like to think, and writ­ing lets me orga­nize my thoughts.

A blogger

I love to blog. Blog­ging isn’t just about writ­ing though; it’s about build­ing a com­mu­ni­ty.

It lets me talk about con­tro­ver­sial, triv­ial, and local top­ics – all issues I love to dis­cuss – and hear oth­ers’ thoughts on what I say. Allow­ing feed­back ensures what I say makes sense to oth­ers.

A grammarian

I cor­rect gram­mar. It’s part of who I am. I like things to be order­ly, and this extends to spo­ken and writ­ten lan­guage.

Not every­one likes being cor­rect­ed, so I reg­u­lar­ly blog about gram­mar issues.

An orator

Pub­lic speak­ing is a pas­sion of mine, and those who have heard me speak see this pas­sion. Being a dra­ma major in uni­ver­si­ty honed my speak­ing tal­ents.

I rel­ish writ­ing speech­es and deliv­er­ing them. While my love for com­mu­ni­ca­tion shows through in my writ­ten speech­es, it comes alive when I deliv­er them oral­ly. I am pas­sion­ate and inspir­ing.

A poet

I’m not real­ly a poet. Well, I’m more of an ama­teur. I savour the rhythm, the metre, the sym­bol­ism and the rhyming.

Poet­ry elec­tri­fies my imag­i­na­tion.

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