Becoming a Sage: A Conversation with Paul Long

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Paul Long is an award-winning major market television news reporter, anchor, weatherman and special projects producer. He is an Emmy award winning Content Creator for www.paullongproductions.com. Paul won an Emmy for Best Documentary for A Passing of the Torch. New Way Forward is Paul’s new way forward. Bringing to bear all his experience, skill and talent as well as what …

Becoming a Sage: A Conversation with Paula Harris

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Paula Harris is co-founder at WH Cornerstone Investments, a part-financial-advisor and part-dream-architect. She takes great pride in helping her clients, particularly widowed women, obtain financial peace of mind while they get back on their feet, rise up and navigate their path forward. Paula is the author of “Rise Up: A Widow’s Journal.”

Becoming a Sage: Ann Latham

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Ann Latham is the author of The Power of Clarity: Unleash the True Potential of Workplace Productivity, Confidence, and Empowerment. By combining the rigor of her background in mathematics (Tufts University) with her experience advising corporate leaders from organizations as diverse as Boeing, Hitachi, PBS, United Way, and colleges and universities, Ann made the leap from solving technical problems to …

Becoming a Sage: Liz Brunner

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Liz Brunner is a best-selling author, Executive Communications Coach, Motivational Speaker, Podcast Host, and Emmy award-winning journalist. She is the author of Dare to Own You: Taking Your Authenticity and Dreams into Your Next Chapter. Mixing memoir, both personal and professional, with practical, implementable transformational tools, the book weaves her story about determination, perseverance, resilience, faith, and trust. Liz is …

Becoming a Sage: Brant Huddleston

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Brant Huddleston is the author of three books, scads of short stories and other mad musings, and the host of a podcast on how death taught him to thrive in the second half of life. A former rock & roll guitarist, classic car restoration mechanic, tropical fish tank cleaner, inventive engineer, and business professional with IBM, he now lives with a …

Becoming a Sage: Erica Keswin

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Erica is a highly sought-after workplace strategist and coach with 25 years of hands-on experience and two Wall Street Journal bestselling books. She is a trusted guide for companies around the world looking for ways to connect their teams, increase engagement, and create a human workplace.

Becoming a Sage: Ayse Birsel

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Ayse (pronounced Eye-Shay) Birsel is one of Fast Company’s Most Creative People 2017 and is on the Thinkers50 Radar List of the 30 management thinkers most likely to shape the future of organizations. She is the author of Design the Life You Love and gives lectures on Design the Work You Love to corporations. Ayse is the co-founder of Birsel + Seck, the award-winning …

Becoming a Sage: Carol Orsborn, Ph.D.

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Carol Orsborn, Ph.D. is a recognized thought leader in the field of conscious aging and author of over 30 books translated into 15 languages including her forthcoming The Making of an Old Soul: Aging as the Fulfillment of Life’s Promise and Older, Wiser, Fiercer: The Wisdom Collection. Dr. Orsborn received her Master of Theological Studies and Doctorate in History and …

Becoming a Sage: John Baldoni

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John Baldoni is a globally recognized leadership educator, certified Master Corporate Executive Coach, and author of 15 books that have been translated into ten languages. John is also a member of the renowned Marshall Goldsmith 100 coaches, a group of executive coaches and thought leaders from the worlds of business, academia and social service. In 2021, the International Federation of …

Becoming a Sage: Rob Walker

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Rob Walker is a journalist covering design, technology, business, the arts, and other subjects. He has contributed to The New York Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, The Atlantic, NewYorker.Com, Design Observer, The Organist, and many others. His latest book is The Art of Noticing (Knopf). He is on the faculty of the Products of Design MFA program at the School of Visual …