Issue #145 – Getting Yourself Sorted
Today’s newsletter is short and sweet but there’s some good stuff in here so click through. We’ve been hard at work last weekend finalizing the full speaker lineup and slate (so much for Labor-less Day) and we’re currently working on a Scholarship Lottery so we can include more women who don’t have our ticket price in their budget this fall. Behold the complete program for The What Summit 2018.
The What List
September 6, 2018
by Gina Pell + Amy Parker
100% Editorial picks. No pay for play. Ever.
The Show. Raise your hand if you love magic? Here’s a show the whole family can watch: Magic For Humans. It’s one part candid camera, one part David Blaine and unlike most creepy magicians, Justin Willman has the relatable persona of a likable Starbucks barista. Prepare to be astonished, delighted, and surprised.
The Movie. To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before just might be the cutest teen movie of all time. If you’ve been out of your mind with stress, work, and worry (adult problems) let this movie be your panacea. It will take you back to a time where your worst nightmare was managing high school crushes. Oh, the good old days.
The Podcast. Armchair Expert is the podcast of actor Dax Shephard who is hilarious, curious, eclectic, and brings out the best in his interviewees. Start with this fun session with Jason Bateman that we’re listening and laughing to as we write this newsletter.
The Book. Our wonderful friend and advisor Elisa Camahort-Page is the co-author of a much-needed new book called Road Map for Revolutionaries: Resistance, Activism, and Advocacy for All. If you’ve been longing to stand up for a cause you believe but get stuck because you don’t know how to get started, this book will pave the way.