What RU doing to mark 100 years since WWI August 4th? UK turning lights out. http://t.co/ffOEFo18pk July 10th, 6:03 pm
When will restaurants introduce bespoke cooking, based on what customer (not chef) wants? @nytimes July 9th, 1:52 pm
Just saw mobile hoarder: passenger seat & back FULL of junk. Barely room for driver. Shocking, sad. July 7th, 9:41 pm
Do our southern neighbours know us at all? http://t.co/GhRrrajjKD July 2nd, 6:06 pm
Remember 'Jules and Jim'? Based on Henri-Pierre Roche's first novel, published when he was 74. #RIPE June 26th, 11:07 am
We'll miss Olga. Her inspiration remains. http://t.co/Zk0dgPI9Hq June 25th, 10:09 pm
How to live forever - starting today. http://t.co/K8xg9mZ9JV June 24th, 2:12 pm
"Machines don't dream." Thanks for timely reminder, @michaelgough_ June 18th, 7:59 pm
Following Paul Salopek, 52, as he walks around the world? http://t.co/MlYXVr9Zxz June 18th, 5:06 pm
Beyoncé has made Americans hip to accent aigu. Croissant and foyer are surely next. June 18th, 11:01 am
Stonehenge is musical! The stones sing. http://t.co/YioHiaQU3Y June 17th, 2:30 pm
A soupçon of meditation before eating is latest health advice. Strikes me as being like saying grace. June 14th, 11:13 pm
Healthy longevity. One region stakes its claim. Japan Sees Growth in Cures http://t.co/YuQPIb1cyW June 11th, 10:56 am
Just saw first butterfly of 2014. Looked like a Monarch. A sign of summer! June 9th, 3:42 pm
Best typo ever: "...so the community can be herd." June 9th, 3:41 pm
Don't have to sit around when u get old, says 93-year-old paratrooper. http://t.co/aFmSfWtDsO June 8th, 11:03 am
Why aren't there more parts for older women (hold on, gals, I'm working on it!). http://t.co/le1n9wwP7z June 6th, 12:11 pm
Groovy music, great cause. Sunday afternoon in TO. http://t.co/Lfb9a1L8HE June 6th, 11:32 am
This writer hand writes all 1st drafts. New evidence shows why it's better for our brains. http://t.co/9a7ztPYIj4 June 3rd, 7:40 pm
It's tell-someone-older-how-gorgeous-she-looks day. Pass it on! May 30th, 12:33 pm
Maya Angelou has left us bereft. The caged bird sings no more. May 28th, 2:17 pm
John Gregory Dunne called writing "Manual labour of the mind." May 28th, 12:52 pm
Anyone planning to ripen? Opportunities as our peers leave workforce. http://t.co/a8M54faCOR May 28th, 11:56 am
Huge plastic bag filled with cereal boxes. Some student moved home. And a raccoon hit pay dirt. May 22nd, 4:51 pm
McQueen, considering new hire Sarah Burton, asked if she believed in UFOs. He did. She does. Do you? May 20th, 3:00 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.