Month: September 2020

Build Your Network Before You Need It, with Maxwell Ivey, The Blind Blogger

Maxwell Ivey, The Blind Blogger Our connections are a source of resilience. Picture it. You are in a strange city, far away from home. You are suddenly struck ill. Now, imagine, if you also ran out of money and you weren’t sure how you were going to get home. Your voice is so hoarse, when you speak, no one can…

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Resilience in the Face of Bipolar Disorder, with Catharine Clarenbach

Catharine Clarenbach, The Way of the River Catharine Clarenbach heard voices in her head. Now she helps others to follow their hearts. Rev. Catharine B. Clarenbach is both a Unitarian Universalist minister and a Wiccan priestess. She spent most of the first thirty years of her life in the grip of mental illness. Almost every…

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What Gives You the Right to Play Small? With Trav Bell, The Bucket List Guy

Trav Bell, The Bucket List Guy How Trav Bell became The Bucket List Guy. In my wallet, is a neatly folded piece of paper. It comes from a daily calendar on November 30, 1995. The paper says, “Make a list of 25 things you want to experience before you die. Carry it in your wallet…

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