Lee Woodruff

SPEAKER – AUTHOR – EXECUTIVE MEDIA TRAINER

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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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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  ...

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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  ...

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August 2021 Book Marks

The crickets chirping in the late afternoon grass are my signal that summer is moving toward August’s end. The angle of the sun isn’t as broad on my porch, the college kids are leaving for campus and I can sense the “back to school” vibration. It’s a feeling, an internal shift, the way a bird knows to migrate. Speaking of chapters closing, losses come  ...

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