Lee Woodruff

SPEAKER – AUTHOR – EXECUTIVE MEDIA TRAINER

Browsing Tag:

life

Blog Book Marks

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  ...

Continue Reading
Blog Book Marks

November 2021 Book Marks

For the past fifteen years, my husband Bob and I have been proud to host “Stand Up for Heroes,” the Bob Woodruff Foundation’s annual fundraiser for injured veterans and their families. We’ve raised more than $80 million to help our military veterans find ways to heal and move forward in their communities after the wounds of war. This November 8th will  ...

Continue Reading
Blog Book Marks

September-October 2021 Book Marks

Autumn is a time of change, downshifting from the warm days of summer to cooler nights and shorter days. We’re never too old for change. Trying something new challenges us. It keeps us vital. The pandemic put many people at a crossroads, a pause that can also be a positive time to make change. Folks I know are finding themselves in the post-covid  ...

Continue Reading
Blog Development Life

Face Reading

I was more than a little skeptical when a friend gave me the gift of a face reading session.  I’d seen those movies where the fortune-teller works a scam under the table. And google certainly takes the guesswork out of meeting strangers.  One look at my social media and you know the basics about my life, love and hobbies. Which is why I was pleasantly  ...

Continue Reading
Blog Friends Life Marriage Travel

BHUTAN

“It’s time for an adventure,” he said.  And I, facing an empty nest and the instant revision of my job description as a mother, answered… “Hell yeah.” My adventuresome self had been hibernating during the rearing of four cubs.  There were years of policing and keeping them safe; reflexively spouting “be careful” or “watch out” and the mother  ...

Continue Reading
SUBSCRIBE