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The Power of the Moment

The Power of the Moment

The other day, I was sitting at lunch with my kids as they started to discuss the Texas shooting and started to wonder why the news had moved on from this story so quickly. My son said, “Wow, that Texas story was wild. Why aren’t more people talking about that? Isn’t...

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MOVE HUMANITY FORWARD

CONVERSATIONS THAT MOVE HUMANITY FORWARD

Brian Grazer & John Paul DeJoria
Creative Minds Changing How We Work 

Janet Mock
Exploring Identity and Lessons Learned

Jack Kornfield
Finding Love and Happiness

STORIES THAT MOVE HUMANITY FORWARD

The Night I Was ‘John Doe’

I have always tried to reflect on the past, but not to dwell on it. That has not always been easy. 2016 ended as a year that stirred deep emotions for many of us, and, in some cases, a feeling of powerlessness (a feeling, definitely not a fact). I don’t know about...

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Every 66 seconds, a new brain develops Alzheimer’s.

Two-thirds belong to women and no one knows why.


JOIN ME IN MY MISSION

JOIN ME IN MY MISSION

Every 66 seconds, a new brain develops Alzheimer’s.

Two-thirds belong to women and no one knows why.

SOME THINGS NEVER
GO OUT OF STYLE.

Conversations & speeches from 
The Women’s Conference, a gathering
of the greatest hearts and minds.

SOME THINGS NEVER
GO OUT OF STYLE.

Conversations & speeches from The Women’s Conference, a gathering of the greatest hearts and minds.

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