If you’re considering making better use of your time or improved organization a part of your 2015 New Year’s Goals, then this podcast is for you! Today I’m sharing with you my interview with Julie Morgenstern, NY Times bestselling author, speaker, consultant, and overall organizational guru. You’re gonna love it!
Most everyone I meet has a story (or two) about their name. Even a name we think of as fairly common can leave its bearer with moving stories.
Case in point. When I met Julie, I didn’t know there was an inspiring story lurking behind what seemed to be a fairly common name. But sometimes the best name stories can come from the least expected places. Join me and learn more about the energetic, motivational, and beloved Julie Deily, the mastermind behind the site The Little Kitchen.
I met Irvin Lin at the 2011 BlogHer Food conference and it didn’t take long until we landed on the topic of names. Like so many people I meet, Irvin had an interesting story (or two) to share about his name so our discussion quickly evolved into an official Name Project interview. Come to find out, Irvin is quite the compelling name. At least that’s what Roy Feinson says about people with the name Irvin. I think our Irvin Lin is the picture of compelling. Check out the full post to learn more!
Some names are just bursting with a story. Of course, that’s how I feel about all names – ripe with tales of spelling, ancestry, or selection. Or sometimes all of the above.
Today on The Name Project, I highlight an interview with Merry-Jennifer. Intriguing, don’t you think? Learn more about this fascinating name and the wonderful woman who bares it and become inspired!
I’ve read about Marshall Goldsmith for years and have found his books and podcasts to be more than a little enlightening. His books have been read by millions of people from nearly every country of the world. But for all his well-known success, Marshall was personable and seemed to enjoy talking about something near and dear to me, names. Read more to learn for yourself what a successful business guru like Marshall thinks of the intriguing topic of names.