Face in a Book

November 6th, 2012

  LPTrendsPeople&Books. Tina Ferguson is an El Dorado Hills mom with daughters getting ready to take flight and determine their own futures, giving Tina a moment to take pause and determine her own as well. Now that her daughters need … Continue reading

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Doing Good Works: Lisa Thibodeau

October 25th, 2012
Lisa Thibodeau

  LPTrendsDoingGood. People like Lisa Thibodeau should be every one of us: we should all be so good, so full of energy and intention in serving others and doing the right thing. Lisa Thibodeau, writer, blogger, who calls herself the … Continue reading

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Brigadier Generals Know Extreme Leadership

October 10th, 2012
Tom Kolditz today. Photo opurtesy of Bigspeak.com.

  LPTrendsLeadership. “Brigadier General (Ret.) Thomas Kolditz, a Senior Lecturer at Yale University, on the future of leadership. Tom Kolditz has appeared on ABC World News, ABC 20-20, Al Jazeera, MSNBC, CBS, NPR, Calgary Today, Morning Ireland, and conducted interviews with the New York Times, the Associated … Continue reading

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The InFamous Moment

October 1st, 2012
Photo by T2PS, Inc. Michael Wilson. Old School.

  LPTrendsStoriesAboutLife. This wonderful little gem of an enjambed single paragraph generously ignores the period, but liberally abuses every other punctual ‘what not’. For fun, and because breaking rules of words to good ends practices detachment from other people’s reactions … Continue reading

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Truths Dwell Within Silence of the Desert

September 20th, 2012
Jennifer Hillman

LPTrendsSubmitMyStory: Jennifer Hillman is an Intuitive Life Coach, published Writer/Poet with a deep passion for supporting art and the artist’s vision. This is from the “Submit My Story” feature, and is as we found it. With a deep understanding and … Continue reading

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The Altucher Confidential

September 13th, 2012
james altucher

  LPTrendsThe Altucher Confidential – Ideas for a world out of balance. James Altucher wears a lot of hats – trader, investor, writer, entrepreneur. Author of I Was Blind But Now I See, How To Be The Luckiest Person Alive … Continue reading

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One Change A Day In Education

September 11th, 2012

LPTrendsIdeas: Education Reform via the blogosphere. Read One Change A Day for great insight into global education change as impacted by technology. “One Change a Day – A Blog Project Reflecting Educational Change Around the World. As thousands of people … Continue reading

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Make It Happen

September 10th, 2012

LPTrends99U – Insights on making ideas happen. Taking its name from Thomas Edison’s famous quote that “Genius is 1% inspiration, 99% perspiration,” the 99U includes a Webby award-winning web magazine and the best-selling book Making Ideas Happen. Through articles, tips, videos, … Continue reading

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Some Weeks Suck, Sometimes

August 23rd, 2012
This is a picture of a baby that does not suck.

LPTrendsTruth: This is oh so short, but sweet. Today we did a few things that felt right, after a week from Hell, and I wanted to share by way of offering permissive fuel so you can go kick some serious (fill in … Continue reading

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And Then There Was Brittain

August 21st, 2012
Chloe Brittain. Photo by Silke Gabrielle. Hair flower(s) by Butter's Market.

LPTrendsPopCulture: The Artist With The Mostest: Chloe Brittain Part 2 This, Part 2 of 5, a series on Chloe Brittain, artist, mother, fellow traveller, whose already prolific artful life requires more than just a few words or one piece to … Continue reading

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