This is a great question to ask your 50-and-over friends: Have you ever taken a job just to force yourself to do something you were afraid to do? I Took A Job Because I Was Afraid of Animals I did; I took a job working with animals because never having had a pet, I was afraid[…]
I’m not even going to waste your time trying to describe the food at Women At Woodstock. Let me just say it’s all fresh, it’s all healthy, it’s all delicious, it’s deeply satisfying… That’s enough talk. Just look…
Questioning is a powerful tool that we’re all born with—studies report that the best questioners in the world are not trained scientists, journalists, or business innovators, but 4-year-old girls! This inborn tool, however, quickly falls into disuse as we pass through life, squelched by the education process (where answers rule), impatient bosses, and sheer lack[…]
Laura E. Kelly is the creative director and partner with author Warren Berger in WBLK Media, Inc., a media consultancy that specializes in words and images, specifically books, articles, book proposals, and websites for creatives. Their most recent co-production is the new book, The Book of Beautiful Questions: The Powerful Questions That Will Help You Decide,[…]
Here’s a playlist of new music from thoughtful songwriters to transport you to other times & places, inspire dreams, lift your mood, and motivate you. Enjoy! P.S. Do you have a favorite song to suggest for the playlist? (Something relatively new, not oldies…) Name it in the comments below and I’ll add it in!
Sounds like a joke, right? But it’s me, and I’m serious. Last year at our final breakfast at the Women At Woodstock Writers Retreat, I mentioned that I thought I would get a tattoo for my next birthday. I made the statement kind of sheepishly, darting my eyes around the table for signs of disgust[…]
Here’s the answer, in a visual minute-and-a-half. Thank you, Laura E. Kelly, for producing this cool video for Women At Woodstock! Click here to register.
If it’s at all techie, I like to do it myself. It’s my lifelong obsession. Show me a panel of buttons, an array of switches, or a bunch of code, and I’ve gotta learn how to work that thing. When I was six, I begged for a “dashboard” for Christmas. I tore the wrapping off[…]