I found an old copy of O, The Oprah Magazine in my stuff earlier this week. I used to read those regularly, part of a chain of friends who would read them, be amazed by the wisdom it contained, and pass them along, sometimes with little notes tucked into it. I smiled and decided to… Read More O, Are You Really About Empowerment? Some Thoughts Post Magazine Ad Dissection
About the author: Dream University’s CEO, Marcia Wieder is a long established thought leader on visionary thinking. As Founder of The Meaning Institute, she teaches people to create and live fulfilling lives. She’s been a columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle, writes for Huffington Post and is the author of 14 books. She appeared often… Read More Book Review: ‘Dream: Clarify and Create What You Want’, by Marcia Wieder
I’m an Oprah kid. Kind of. I didn’t understand much – if any – of her show when it first started its dizzying ascension in the late 80s, early 90s, but I watched most of them. Actually, no; I watched my family watch the show and then have heated debates about whatever the lady with… Read More Book Review: Living Oprah by Robyn Okrant
Check it out: http://www.oprah.com/article/oprahshow/20090908-tows-flash-mob-dance. PS: When the camera is panning in direction of the back of the crowd, check out the tele-prompter. I found it hilarious: “Tonight’s gonna be a good good day” was scrolling by!
For the longest time, Canadian actors had to travel Due South (pun totally intended) to be able to ‘make it’ – but more and more it seems that this isn’t the case. They can stay up here, freezing in the wonderful country of their birth and make it pretty big, too. The great part is… Read More Canadian TV stepping up to the plate
The whole Rihanna-Chris Brown thing is very bothersome, and apparently I’m not the only one to think so. Even Oprah is getting in on it. Yesterday’s show was about domestic violence and, if like me, you missed it because you were at work, you can read the transcript here and get access to extra information… Read More Rihanna & Chris Brown: Oprah’s getting involved
While I had heard of Oprah’s Soul Series webcasts before, I never had taken the time to watch any of them. It mostly has to do with the fact that, when it comes to thought-provoking material, I’m more of a reader (it’s so much easier to pause and ponder while reading I find). But when… Read More ‘For an organized religion, we’re quite disorganized’: Rainn Wilson’s take on the Baha’í Faith, Spirituality and Dwight Scherute on Oprah’s Soul Series
More thoughts about it later, but until then, watch the interview here and check out his website, Soulpancake, here.