Lee Woodruff

SPEAKER – AUTHOR – MEDIA TRAINER

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Blog Book Marks Life

September Book Marks

Back to work, school and the routine, which hopefully includes reading.  The lazy days of summer are gone, but there’s a virtual American Idol season’s-worth of talent in the books out this September. Many of you expressed the desire to click and buy right away, so you’ll now be able to do so when you click on this link.  Each month I’ll feature an  ...

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Blog Book Marks Life

Lee’s Book Marks

As an author and book lover, I’m often asked what I’m currently reading.  Or, more fun for me, “What should I read next?”  It’s a little like being a book shrink for your friends. When I started posting books on social media, I began to get emails and comments from near and far; friends, acquaintances and other bookish folks.   Some even weighed in to  ...

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Blog Family Life

Story Telling

I’ve been telling some version of my story for almost eleven years.  Give or take, that’s about a fifth of my life.  It’s been a profession, a part-time career really, speaking to groups of varying size, charities, associations, investment banks, lecture series, insurance companies, hospitals and medical professionals, ladies lunches, country clubs,  ...

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Blog Life

Fearless to Shameless

“Leash your dog!”  The command bellowed across the golf course where a willowy man in a puff jacket brought a giant black beast of a dog to heel.  Disoriented, my head snapped up as our two little dogs ran excitedly forward.  The man struck a baronial pose in the distance.  His canine’s head was almost chest level. “Do you hear me?”  The frigid January  ...

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Blog Family Friends Life

A Lesson in Hitchhiking

Early summer morning, low clouds spitting rain. My girls are running late for work again. They’ve been lolly-gagging in the bathroom and we need to be on the road to the local market, where they’re getting their first taste of earning an honest wage. I wear my “annoyed face” as they scurry to the car, but secretly, I’m proud of them. They’ve been  ...

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