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Gary Russo
20
Aug

3 Things Suicide Has Taught Me

by Andrea Goeglein Suicide.  Everyone seems to know and love someone who decided to end their life by means of suicide.  For me, the list is long and spans 30 years.  The list includes a friend’s husband, neighbors, business associates, friend’s children and grandchildren, my cousin, Gary Russo (just to list a few).  With each...
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03
Mar

But I Am Going to Die

by Andrea Goeglein “But I am going to die!” That was the response I received from Lily Salm during a phone conversation that made me burst into laughter.   I had called to check in on the spirited woman who came into my life when I was writing Don’t Die with Your Song Unsung. Lily and...
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06
Sep

Happy Birthday Gary Russo

By Andrea Goeglein September 6 is Gary Russo’s birthday.  That is the cool thing about the day you are born, whether you are still alive on that date each year, those who know and love you get to celebrate the fact that you were born.   Forum Newsgroup journalist, Michael V. Cusenza, captured Gary in the...
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10
Aug

The Surrender Experiment

By Andrea Goeglein It seems I finished reading the Surrender Experiment by Michael Singer just in the nick of time.  My intention was to write a blog about it.  However, before that happened I was called to practice its thesis: surrendering to the moment and yet maintain an inner state of peace. What I have...
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02
Jun

Synchronicity, Gratitude and Smiling

By Andrea Goeglein Synchronicity, gratitude and smiling are three things that show up in my days whether I plan them or not.  Synchronicity seeds gratitude and gratitude usually brings a smile to my face.  When I pause and write down the synchronistic events that seeded the gratitude, I know I have increased the probability that...
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15
Mar

Delivering Happiness Pays it Forward – Again

The book, Delivering Happiness, by Zappo’s CEO, Tony Hsieh has ‘paid it forward’ in many ways. A business culture development book grounded in the research of Positive Psychology, has brought back the soul an inner city school’s culture on one coast and is seeding the resurrection of a city’s community soul on another. A few...
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03
Oct

Unexpected Gifts

When I created the Random Acts of Kindle Kindness to celebrate the one year anniversary of the events that became Don’t Die with Your Song Unsung, I had some strategic goals for the book and the campaign. I did not achieve those goals. Instead, the campaign is achieving goals I could never have planned to achieve —...
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31
Aug

Random Act of Kindle Kindness

As August, 2012 comes to a close with the light of a Blue Moon, I wanted to re-post this offer that expires this Monday.  Have a safe and wonderful Labor Day Weekend.  If your travels take you to Queens, NY Resorts World New York, Gary Russo will be performing free at the 360 Bar, Sunday...
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16
Aug

V is for Vitality

Nothing brings back your vitality than vacation.  So that is what I am doing for the next eight days — mixed with just the right amount of business connections and re-connections each day. Most of all I plan to keep up my Random Acts of Kindle Kindness.  It has been a delight to hear the...
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01
Aug

What a difference a year makes

One year ago today, the events that became the book Don’t Die with Your Song Unsung, began to unfold. To celebrate, the Kindle Edition of Don’t Die Unsung will be available for FREE if you are an Amazon Prime member — or for the silly price of 99 Cents if you are not — for the...
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