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Entries for May 2020

Thursday, May 28, 2020
Skipping with New World Librarian Kim Corbin and Lee Harris, author of ENERGY SPEAKS
By Publicity Admin

In 1999, New World Library senior publicist and social media manager Kim Corbin created iSkip, a skipping movement that attracted worldwide media attention. In this uplifting conversation with Energy Speaks author Lee Harris on his popular Impact the World podcast, Kim discusses her unique calling as a "skipping activist" and offers a unique perspective on the ups and downs of the creator's journey. She also offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse into what it's like to work at New World Library. We hope you’ll enjoy the interview. 

 

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community
Thursday, May 21, 2020
“Ask, ‘What’s Missing?’”: an excerpt from STOP CHECKING YOUR LIKES by Susie Moore
By Publicity Admin

Now more than ever, we as a society are addicted to our phones — and to getting “likes” on our social media posts. And it can work like an actual addiction in our brain chemistry, activating the ventral striatum part of the brain, which is the same area that lights up when we gamble, enjoy a slice of cake, or have sex. But as so many of us know, getting love and approval from outside ourselves is fleeting, and soon we are picking up our phones again, searching for more approval. 

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personal growth
Thursday, May 14, 2020
Diana Rowan, author of THE BRIGHT WAY, on Creativity in Challenging Times
By Publicity Admin

Diana Rowan, author of The Bright Way: Five Steps to Freeing the Creative Within, believes that our collective shelter-in-place experience will ultimately inspire us to honor connection like never before. We hope you’ll enjoy this interview with her about the importance of creativity in challenging times. For more New World Library author interviews, please visit our YouTube channel.

 

 

 

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creativity
Tuesday, May 05, 2020
“5 Ways for Parents to Find Peace & Harmony during the Quarantine” by Renée Peterson Trudeau, author of NURTURING THE SOUL OF YOUR FAMILY
By Publicity Admin

Stop whatever you’re doing. Pause. Close your eyes. Place your hand over your chest and take a deep breath. Allow your thoughts to settle like dancing flakes in a snow globe. Then connect with the wisest part of you.
 
Have you been making choices based on your inner GPS and your own true knowing, or are you allowing the news, a relative, a neighbor, or something else to dictate how you respond to your family?
 

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parenting & education

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