Lee Woodruff

SPEAKER – AUTHOR – EXECUTIVE MEDIA TRAINER

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February 2021 Book Marks

I’ve always liked February. It feels like winter is moving into the rear view mirror and there’s a real chance for crocus-spotting before month’s end. Nothing feels more hopeful in the Northeast than a flower pushing up through the snow. And there’s a lot of it out there right now. February is heart-shaped chocolates and hand-made Valentines, longer  ...

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January 2021 Book Marks

Finally! The calendar has turned.  As I write at the beginning of 2021, our world and nation feels wobbly, but I have great expectations for this year.  My wishes are simple: …May the nation cleave together … May Americans be able to talk about their opinions, points of view and convictions with respect for the “other”  …May the world conquer the  ...

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November 2020 Book Marks

On November 18th at 9:00 EST, get ready for our 14th annual “Stand Up for Heroes” with an incredible talent line-up… And EVERYONE gets a front row seat to this FREE virtual event. It’s a night of laughter, music, healing and a night to raise money for our injured veterans and their families, who need our support more than ever with the challenges of  ...

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September-October 2020 Book Marks

In the early days of the pandemic, I imagined myself reading books in great quantities, the way I seem to be ingesting Swedish fish.  Reader, I was wrong. All of my great ideas and intentions around creative projects never really got any lift.  The paints and canvas I bought are still in a crate.  The book I’m trying to write felt more like  ...

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August 2020 Book Marks

In a normal world, one without pandemics or ugly discourse, without high anxiety and general insecurity about “what’s next?” we’d be thinking about Autumn. Back to school shopping, Labor Day plans, college drop-off, the very tips of leaves turning hot orange and fire engine red. Up here in the Adirondack mountains, I already hear that symphony of late  ...

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