About Christine Crockett Smith
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” – Gandhi
Thanks for stopping by.
I know your time is valuable and really appreciate that you’ve given me a little piece of it to tell you just a little bit about me.
I’m one of the most optimistic people I know. I believe in the human race and light up learning about what we are all capable of.
I crave novelty. Learning new things is my crack cocaine. I mean, theoretically. I’ve never actually tried crack cocaine. But learning new things really makes me happy to be alive and that’s what I’ve heard that can do for you, too.
My way is much less self-destructive.
I love art. All kinds. Painting, jewelry, architecture, textiles, film, books, photography, landscaping, music.
And artists. All kinds.
I find people fascinating.
And I love hearing their stories.
I love sharing things that I love with as many people as possible.
And that is why christinecrockettsmith.com came to be.
I hope you’ll check back often and give me a chance to share some of the wonderful things that I think make our world a really great place to be.
No negativity. Ever.
A little like Huff Post, but only positivity.
Okay, nothing like Huff Post, but cool nonetheless.
In addition to sharing new things I love, I hope my book 18 Master Value: Be the parent you wish you’d had, will help parents understand the importance of deciding what their values are. Because decision-making is so much easier when you know that!
I’m also celebrating conscious people by hosting The Power of One Conference.
I hope you enjoy everything we’ve created here!
And if you’d like to drop me a line, I’d love to discuss any way I might be able to help!
Steady and still, Christine is well aware that sometimes teacher becomes student. She is not only comfortable with that, but her insatiable desire to learn makes her revel in it. In sharing her own strength and courage, she has helped me discover my own. She is passionate about honoring her own truth and helping others find theirs.Tami Neff
Christine Smith has impacted our lives in so many ways. She is loyal, non-judgmental and treats everyone with the same respect, regardless of age, race, gender, religion or socioeconomic status. In choosing who she spends her time with, she lives her life with the same code she used in her screenwriting: “Move me, change me, or leave me alone.”Richard and Nancy Nunez