The great thing about Day by Day (by Anne Day) is that each short chapter is a tidbit of information. I’d be tempted to read one a day and use the lesson for my day’s work as an entrepreneur. Alas, I don’t have that luxury since Thursday is fast approaching.
Our conversation on Thursday night (7-8:30pm at the Toronto Women’s Bookstore, 7:30pm over livestream) will be a double joy for me – as a writer and as an entrepreneur. I look forward to chatting with Anne about her book and her work.
The lesson for today? Ask your clients what they want. Perfect, since I’m about to finish this month’s newsletter!
I’m enjoying Anne Day’s book. It’s divided into sections and each section is made up of short musings on one subject or another – metaphors for life. They are lighthearted (so far), funny, and accurate.
Today I learned a business lesson through cows and the 60-40-20 rule that I’m going to try tomorrow when I sit down at my desk.
Want to know what the 60-40-20 rule is?
You’ll have to join us on Oct. 27th at the Toronto Women’s Bookstore.
7-8:30pm or over livestream at 7:30: www.facingout.ca/live-stream.html
See you then!
When I picked up Anne Day’s book Day by Day for the first time, I was reading it at the park. Not so today! In the meantime I have put it away as our schedule changed. When I started reading again tonight, from the beginning, what struck me again was how accessible it is; how easy to read, and to “get into”. It was like picking up the phone and chatting with an old friend.
Anne Day will be coming into the Toronto Women’s Bookstore next Thursday, October 27th from 7-8:30pm to talk about her book and her life as an entrepreneur and the founder of Company of Women.
I hope you can join us – in person or over the livestream.
In the meantime, I’ll be blogging as I read, to give you a taste and a reason to be part of the audience! So stay tuned!
Last night’s conversation was even more fun than I imagined it would be – and I have the Batgirl comic to prove it!
Of course the pre and post conversations are always so much more amusing and easy…because we don’t have an audience. So too bad we didn’t talk more about the missed references to certain..um..film stars, and the details of your Captain Marvel costume. But no matter…
Andrea, you are delightful. Thanks for coming out to the Toronto Women’s Bookstore and sharing your humour, your family, and your insights with us. It was great to hear the stories told in your voice (much funnier than in my head) and I was especially touched by the dedication (for lack of a better word) that you spoke of at the end – writing the book and sharing the stories so your family members could enjoy them too pre-shiva. What a gift.
Folks, if you haven’t picked up your copy of The Choosing yet – get yourself to the Toronto Women’s Bookstore if you’re in Toronto (or order it online if you’re not). It’s a collection of memories that made me laugh, made me cry, and made me remember what family is really all about – warts and all.
If you missed our chat, you can watch the video. Not the same, but almost as good as being there…
If you want to read more of Andrea’s work – you can check out her website www.rabbiandreamyers.com or find her articles at The Huffington Post!
Wise words last night – every day we choose who we are or who we are going to be. Hence the title.
Today is the day!
I’m so excited to be interviewing Rabbi Andrea Myers tonight about her book The Choosing, and her life. It’s an interesting title…since it seems like a path unfolded, rather than a choice per se. I will find out this evening.
I’m sad to have finished the book, with it’s wise insights, it’s funny moments and touching memories that remind me of the fragility of family and the many ways we try and fail to accept each other, as well as the many ways we fail to see the effort.
It’s been a great journey to read this book. I’m looking forward to meeting Rabbi Andrea Myers in person, and hearing the stories in her voice.
I hope you can join us – in person at the Toronto Women’s Bookstore, or over livestream.
Tonight – Thursday September 15th at 7PM – 8:30PM EST (7:30PM start for the livestream at www.facingout.ca/live-stream.html)
Today I learned that it was Captain Marvel who said “Shazam!”.
It’s not the kind of thing I expected to learn from a book about conversion to Judaism and becoming a Rabbi as a lesbian – but this book has been full of delightful surprises.
Hope you can join me as I interview Rabbi Andrea Myers about her life and her book, The Choosing – this Thursday, Sept. 15th from 7-8:30PM EST at the Toronto Women’s Bookstore (or livestreamed at www.facingout.ca/live-stream.html).