Each year it gets better and better, just like you.
Yup—hotter and hotter, just like you.
More filled with exploding possibility—just like you.
What is it?
It’s the Graduation Celebration of The School of Womanly Arts Mastery Program, Spring 2012, and you are cordially invited!
About a week ago, I posted my profile on an online dating site.
Wow, what a wild new world.
I jump on my computer in the morning and wonder—who contacted me? Will I like him? Will anyone fun ask me out?
Will anyone respond to my post?
It has been fun to see who has responded to my profile.
I have had quite a few interesting guys write to me and ask to meet me.
So far, there appears to be some mo in my jo.
One guy who wrote to me had even been to our Men’s Night event at Mastery a few times, which was great, and we went out for a drink last night and had fun.
You just clicked this open, didn’t you?
And when you are finished reading, you might get up, walk away from your desk and head to your next meeting, grab a cup of tea, or whatever.
About like that?
For most of us. Yes.
But for 6 million people in this country, it just ain’t so.
And it is on behalf of those people that I am writing to you.
About five years ago, my friend’s son, Janne Kouri, was injured in a diving accident.
Janne has been confined to a wheelchair since that time. But he had an opportunity that most people who have similar injuries never get a chance to have.
He has had the ability to work out, daily, with a trained team on specially-designed equipment, which has led to incredible results.
It happened. Finally. I had gotten through the winter with no cold, no flu, just sparkling health. Then, what was it? Too much skinny-dipping in Miami by the light of the Super Moon?? I’ll never know. But I came home with a huge honkin’ cold. Which allowed me to do something I never ever do. Lie down flat on my couch for two days, watching movies. Which led to something I have resisted for even longer than I resisted this cold, but decided, finally, to surrender to…my weekend with Marilyn.
After Oprah’s Lifeclass and a Tom Cruise movie, it was time for My Week with Marilyn. I thought Michelle Williams did a great job with a really difficult role. How is a 21st-century actress ever going to be able to fill the shoes of an icon? And Marilyn is not just any icon. continue reading…
I met this crazy genius at a dinner party about five years ago.
And it was love at first sight.
There is nothing better than a force of nature, living her breathtaking talent, and that is Marie Forleo.
I scooped her up instantly and asked her to speak at the School of Womanly Arts Mastery Program—on networking night.
She had so very much to offer to women, she rocked the house. She insists that women live their gifts.
I signed up for her B-school right away.
There is no better program out there to teach a woman to launch a business, market a business, expand her creative imagination, and live in the creative reality of her dreams. continue reading…