Queen makes case for not retiring. (How ripe she is!) http://t.co/SyhxLXaok7 April 21st, 11:45 am
Francis Bacon at AGO description says 'part polar bear, part molar'. My niece dubbed it molar bear. April 19th, 7:00 pm
Human cloning? It's no longer 'live long enough to live forever'! Life will be a re-run. April 17th, 4:35 pm
Best part of diminishing eyesight is how great everyone looks. "Your skin has never looked better," my friends and I coo. April 15th, 6:53 pm
How can a book be more than one-size-fits-all? April 11th, 5:58 pm
10 Tips from peeps who've figured out what the hell to do w rest of their lives. http://t.co/eQmtMfWRPD April 10th, 9:34 pm
Thank you, Emma Thompson! "Grey pound," harrumph. Producers take note. http://t.co/oIEC4bfm8Q April 10th, 7:57 pm
.@RickWolfe Would you please tweet the link you just shared on LinkedIn? Will RT to my (who knows how many?) followers. Tx. April 10th, 7:28 pm
Life after 50 is ripe for reevaluation. http://t.co/Afu4Fy3qDJ April 9th, 3:52 pm
Birds have grown louder to compete w urban din. Up earlier, too? This morning's robin (5am) suggests it. April 8th, 4:13 pm
About time: woman in late-nite host chair. http://t.co/2ol3QhTeDj April 6th, 11:32 am
Tis I, tis I. “@ShakespearePost: if to be old and merry be a sin, then many an old host that I know is damned” March 29th, 6:04 pm
Dame Vera Lynn plans new album - at 97! http://t.co/tGdJc65cNP March 28th, 12:09 pm
I've decided to consciously uncouple with winter. March 26th, 9:35 pm
Luminato please bring this brilliant show to Toronto: http://t.co/01iV6etGuz March 25th, 7:22 pm
I've used 'pukka' as adjective for years. Just discovered it's Hindi for ripe! (Ain't life grand?) March 25th, 3:24 pm
Shakespeare "Men must endure their going hence, even as their coming hither. Ripeness is all." March 24th, 10:16 pm
One reason to ripen: live long enough to see rise & fall of theories. http://t.co/BIBCkw8dYH March 24th, 12:12 pm
Speaker and "Huffington Post" columnist Julia Moulden is the author of three books that have sold around the world. When people hear her speak they know they’re listening to someone who’s not interested in the status quo and who can help them move in new directions with confidence. She has connected with people on four continents, helping them find meaning and ways to make a difference.
Listen to Julia interview thought leaders from around the world on Speakerfile Radio.
Her latest book, "RIPE: Rich, Rewarding Work After 50 – Your Guide to the Next, Best Phase of Your Career", shows that how we think about aging, work, and retirement is undergoing profound change. And that 50, far from being the end of the road, is a new beginning.
In 2008, her second book, "We Are The New Radicals: A Manifesto for Reinventing Yourself and Saving the World", reported on another significant trend – people using skills acquired in their careers to work on the world’s greatest challenges. "Green is Gold: Business Talking to Business About the Environmental Revolution", was the world’s first environmental guide for business.
Julia reaches thousands of people each week via the "Huffington Post" where her popular weekly column is in its fourth year. Julia was invited to help Rita Wilson kick off Huff Post-50 in 2011.
Since 1985, Julia has written speeches for CEOs, cabinet ministers, and celebrities. Born in Toronto in 1956, she has lived in Europe, the U.S., and Mexico. She kayaks as often as possible on Georgian Bay.
Everyone is looking for more meaning in their work. This talk reconnects the audience to what they loved about their work in the first place, and gives them tools they can use each day to connect the dots between what they're doing and whose lives are made better as a result.