Hi everyone! Here are the biggest news stories for August 20, 2018 along with a few of my own thoughts. I also have a fascinating question to ask all of you about your first job. I hope that you will join the discussion!
According to the New York Times, federal prosecutors are currently preparing formal charges against President Trump’s former personal attorney, Michael Cohen. The charges could be announced in the next two weeks.
93, mostly elderly, South Korean citizens have been allowed to cross into North Korea to reunite with family members that they have not seen since the Korean War began. According to CNN, they were selected from over 50,000 applicants.
A 46-year-old woman has been rescued after falling off of a cruise ship into the Adriatic Sea. According to CNN, the woman was recovered, safe and sound, after spending 10-hours treading water.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the United States has rejected an offer by Turkey to release detained Pastor, Andrew Brunson. Turkey had asked for the United States to drop billions-of-dollars in fines against Turkish bank, Halkbank, in exchange for the Pastor’s release.
Few female performers have influenced other women more than Tina Turner. Her music transcends generations, but, for baby boomers, she will always hold a special place in our hearts. We followed her career through the decades. In return, she inspired us to be strong, proud and independent women.
So, today, I would love to share the results of a little survey that I did a while ago. In it, I asked the women in our community to name their favorite Tina Turner songs of all time. I think you may be surprised by some of their choices!
Check out the list now and relive the magic of Tina Turner!
Today, I’d love to start a discussion about first jobs. You know, when I look back, some of my earliest jobs were the ones that changed the course of my life.
My time working in a pizza restaurant taught me the value of hard work and helped me to gain my independence. My time working with Elisabeth Kübler-Ross helped me to deal with the loss of my mother and inspired me to write my first book. In fact, ever single job that I had taught me something!
I’d love to hear what your first job was and what it taught you. If your most life-changing experience happened at your 2nd or 3rd job, please share that too!
Let’s get to know each other a little better!
“Find joy in everything you choose to do. Every job, relationship, home… it’s your responsibility to love it, or change it.” – Chuck Palahniuk
Did any of your first few jobs have a big impact on your life? Which experiences were most valuable and why? Let’s have a chat!