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Bloomington City Councilman Jon Oleson has launched what he hopes will be a nation healing effort. He feels the only way things are going to get done—and head in a positive direction in this country—is if people start talking to each other and working together, rather than bickering and taking sides in a partisan debate.
Oleson is hoping to encourage dialogue amongst people of all ages and backgrounds through his recently published book, What Legacy Are We Giving Our Kids? He was interviewed about the book on WCCO Radio in Minneapolis the evening of Jan. 26.
Learn more at www.LegacytoKids.com.
The New Year, of course, represents an opportunity for people to get a fresh start. For those women thinking the time has come to look for a new job, those who were laid off or moms looking to re-enter the workforce, there is now a new resource available that can help. Kathy Engen and Linda Heath, authors of gōl: a curated guide for the modern day job hunt, appeared on KARE-TV Minneapolis' 4 p.m. newscast on Jan. 26.
They shared how through their book and online community, www.shiftandspark.com, they can help women with goal setting and finding the motivation they need to make a change for the better.
This January, three media stories appeared in the Twin Cities about the release of the audiobook version of John B. Goodman's memoir. The Road to Self: Reflections from a Soulful CEO was originally printed in hardcover, paperback and as an eBook in Oct. 2015 to help readers discover how a deep connection to inner self can bring happiness to personal life and professional life.
The audiobook version released in late Dec. 2016.
Stories appeared in the Jan. 12 issue of The Chaska Herald, the Jan. 6 issue of Sun This Week newspaper, and the Jan. 5 issue of The Lakeshore Weekly.
Copies of the audiobook are available for purchase online at www.Amazon.com for $13.95 with a portion of the net proceeds from sales being donated to nonprofits Intergenerational Living & Health Care, Inc., d/b/a Intergenerational Learning Center® and Caregivers Support Network™, a charity Goodman founded to support the wellbeing of seniors and support the educational advancement of youth caregivers.
More information about the book can be found online at www.TheSoulfulCEO.com.
January is National Blood Donor Month, and Caryn Sullivan, the award-winning author of Bitter of Better: Grappling with Life on the Op-Ed Page, appeared on the FOX 9 Morning News in Minneapolis on Jan. 21, to talk about the importance of giving the gift of life. Sullivan became a regular blood donor more than a decade ago as a way of saying thanks to the countless people whose blood donations saved her daughter's life back in 2005.
In addition to sharing her story, Sullivan also previewed her book signing event at the Barnes and Noble in Maple Grove thst took place on Jan. 28.
Bitter or Better is filled with interesting stories and lots of wisdom. Come and hear some of the moving stories that she has written about. You can also hear Caryn on WCCO Radio weekly with Jordana Green.
More information can be found at www.choosingbetter.org.