Lee Woodruff

SPEAKER – AUTHOR – EXECUTIVE MEDIA TRAINER

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April 2022 Book Marks

Climate change and access to clean water will be the most defining aspect of our planet’s future. With Earth Day on April 22, “Girls Who Green the World: 34 Rebel Women Out to Save the Planet” by Diana Knapp, is a shot of hope for anyone who believes in fighting for the future in this age of eco-anxiety. The book profiles a diverse and impressive group  ...

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March 2022 Book Marks

Sometimes I have so much to say. Other times, like now, watching the images of war and strife on the news after the pandemic rollercoaster we’ve been on, I feel mute. We all just need to be kinder, more tolerant, move giving. But you know that. And yes, I know, you’re thinking that I need to watch less news and read more books. So that’s why I’ve thrown  ...

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February 2022 Book Marks

I didn’t initially raise a family of readers. It’s not that they didn’t like to read, but there were lots of other beautiful distractions by the time they hit adolescence. Like the internet. And cell phones…the hypnotic eye candy of Instagram, Snapchat and Tik Tok. But any good marksman needs patience to bag their prey. Mandating that my kids read a  ...

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January 2022 Book Marks

Hands down, January is my least favorite month.  As we prepare for a storm to sweep up the east coast, I’m hunkered under a blanket.  The TV weather person  (whose surname “Breezy” has to be either fake or so authentic that it determined her career) is showcasing temperatures that will dip well below zero.  Friends from Florida  ...

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December 2021 Book Marks

Like so many of you, I’m limping into the end of the year. Closing my laptop on Friday last week, my eyeballs burned with fatigue like calf muscles at the end of a long run. One more video conference meeting and every cell in my body would have staged an insurrection. Every human being has limits. Many of us have certainly been pushed to our own frayed  ...

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