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In the 80's, at Watkinson, I was a good student and read all my required books... but never really fell in love with Shakespeare. I loved watching his plays... loved the stories... but truthfully, the reading of them was a little painful at times.
I read them when I was a kid, at a time in my life when all I cared about was how big I could make my hair! How was I supposed to know what really good literature was…Continue
Added by Tracey Gamer Fanning on July 28, 2014 at 8:09am — No Comments
The Best Reuben Sandwich EVER! ….Blogapy
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One of my favorite memories was when I was 20 years old. I was living in New York City for the summer and working for ABC News.
Hold on tight… At first… I started as an intern for PrimeTime Live w/ Diane Sawyer… but then moved my way up to work…Continue
Added by Tracey Gamer Fanning on July 25, 2014 at 6:37am — No Comments
We never got the chance to meet in person. I never got the chance to give you that big hug I promised. I never got to give you the huge smooch that leaves my pink lipstick on your cheek. And I never got to smack you on the butt… like a coach does to their team… when things are getting tough.
A quick butt pat… and a “Come On… Get back up.”
But your sudden death was a blow I didn’t see coming.
I feel like a Pinata… you know the donkey… or Ass… that hangs…Continue
Added by Tracey Gamer Fanning on July 25, 2014 at 6:34am — No Comments
When things get crazy… and overwhelming… I have to go back to my comfort zone. Where everything makes sense and I can breathe. So, yesterday I went to the Farmers Market.
Bought fresh local chicken, turkey, pork and scallops. Tons of local produce… scallions, peppers, summer sweet mini orange tomatoes, and freshly picked corn.
Cheeses… that were made by the farmer… who lazily explained every step in the process… with such pride… we had to buy four rounds.
Listened to an…Continue
Added by Tracey Gamer Fanning on July 25, 2014 at 6:33am — No Comments
Congratulations. You’ve worked hard, built a business and can now enjoy the fruits of an impressive level of personal wealth.
In recent times, you’ve shifted your focus beyond the day to day grind of your core business. Now you want to engage in a deeper level of…Continue
Added by Ryan Scott on July 23, 2014 at 10:30pm — No Comments
I’ve been catching up on the work of renowned organizational psychologist Adam Grant. Wharton’s youngest full professor and single highest-rated teacher, Grant has been recognized as one of BusinessWeek’s favorite…Continue
Once ticket sales have begun, wristbands for the 2015 AllHumanity World Concert can be purchased on line at AllHumanityWorldConcert.com; the only place to purchase tickets to the 2015 AllHumanity World Concert. Once activated patrons will be allowed to come and go as they please. 2015 AllHumanity World Concert wristbands are required to:
• protect tickets from loss or damage and only the person who registers their wristband can be issued a replacement wristband.
Added by Rob Cipriano on July 9, 2014 at 2:00pm — No Comments
AllHumanity Group is proud and honored to announce the addition of Joseph K. Grieboski to the AllHumanity World Concert team. Joseph K Grieboski has accepted the position of Associate Producer along side Tracey Gamer Fanning, Nicole Buffett and Michele Miele.
Mr.Greiboski said "I am honored and privileged to become a part of the AllHumanity World Concert. This historic event will have an unimaginable impact on and for the countless heroes who every day sacrifice for us and for our…Continue
Added by Rob Cipriano on July 9, 2014 at 1:59pm — No Comments
The Bombs Bursting In Air… Blogapy
Tracey Fanning July 8, 2014
4th of July… This year was one of… if not… thee best!
We went to my sister’s house in Rhode Island. For those of you from other parts of the world… R.I. is the smallest state in the USA. It’s tiny… and perfect!
Anyways… my sister lives on the water. And every year… their neighborhood does the most quintessential… all Americana.. small town… 4th of July celebration… EVER!!! BAR NONE!!!
The other day, I received the terrible news that Steve Robinson, a leading advocate for veterans and a friend of Causecast, had suddenly passed away. He died at the age of 51, while working at his desk at Prudential, laboring to the very end to improve the lives of veterans.
Steve’s work at…Continue
Added by Robert Reid , AHN Senior VP on July 4, 2014 at 6:03pm — No Comments
I am the flag of the United States of America.
I was born on June 14, 1777, in Philadelphia.
There the Continental Congress adopted my stars and stripes as the national flag.
My thirteen stripes alternating red and white, with a union of thirteen white stars in a field of blue, represented a new constellation, a new nation dedicated to the personal and RELIGIOUS liberty of mankind.
Today fifty stars signal…Continue
It’s what we all say on our wedding day. For some they are vows… promises… words. Because everything you say are just words.
It’s actions that speak louder… than just words.
Words that are said in a…Continue
Sure, an odd headline coming from the CEO of a SAAS (software as a service) company that’s focused on corporate philanthropy. But let me explain why I’ve come to recognize the limits of my first love, technology.
In the beginning, it was a teenage crush. I was a pimply nerd building mainframes and technology was my one true…Continue
Added by Ryan Scott on June 29, 2014 at 10:02pm — No Comments
The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) will host a live conversation on the DCoE page on Facebook from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. (EDT) June 27 to recognize PTSD Awareness Day.
The live discussion will feature clinical psychologist, Navy Capt. Anthony Arita, director of Deployment Health Clinical Center, a DCoE center. Arita will answer questions submitted on the DCoE page on Facebook from service members, veterans, family members, health…Continue
Watching The CBS Morning Show 10 minutes ago… I smiled from ear to ear when a piece came on about a young man. He had been paralyzed from the chest down during an accident.
He volunteered to have the first brain surgery of its kind. They implanted a chip directly into his brain… then connected it to a computer… who then decoded the neurological messages from his brain… and sent them directly to his muscles… avoiding the spinal cord all together.
Added by Tracey Gamer Fanning on June 24, 2014 at 6:00am — No Comments
Recently, I was skimming an article about how company managers can prepare Millennials to take on leadership roles in business. The piece addressed the looming explosion of Gen Y-ers in the workplace -…Continue
Added by Ryan Scott on June 23, 2014 at 10:35pm — No Comments
Hi, Folks. I wanted to take a moment to thank Rob for inviting me to a part of the AllHumanity Network Nonprofit Marketplace Consultants and to introduce myself.
I have worked in the human rights and religious freedom arena for 20 years and have the scars and victories -- of all kinds -- to prove it!
After nearly 20 years in the non-profit human rights world, I launched a paradigm shift in human rights advocacy by starting a for-profit human rights firm focused on a concept I…Continue
For several years now I’ve been following the progress of an innovative new philanthropy: GiveDirectly. Its cofounders, Michael Faye and Paul Niehaus, started the organization in 2008 while doing their PhD’s in economics at Harvard. Their idea was simple. Given mounting evidence that cash transfers are…Continue
Added by Rob Cipriano on June 21, 2014 at 1:36pm — No Comments
Professor Burkle is Senior Fellow & Scientist, the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Harvard School of Public Health and former Senior Scholar and now Senior Associate Faculty and Research Scientist, the Center for Refugee & Disaster Response, Johns Hopkins University Medical Institutes. He also serves as a Senior International Public Policy Scholar, Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, Washington, DC (2008-present). From 2002-03 he served as Deputy Assistant…Continue
Added by Rob Cipriano on June 20, 2014 at 12:56pm — No Comments