Issue #146 – Effort. Pain. Difficulty. Reward.
We’re two days away from The What Summit, the most ambitious all-woman event we’ve ever produced—a full day of personal and professional curriculum presented by 50 of the most brilliant, inspiring, and competent women around. For those of you who can’t attend, we will be sharing their wisdom via video in the coming months. Last chance for tickets. All levels sold out except for a few Connectors Tickets. Get them now. Thanks to NextDraft for underwriting $200 Off for this past week and for all of you who have funded our Scholarship Program. We have 6 more women in the queue if one of you generous souls wants to fund them. Use Donor Ticket as the First and Last Name. Buy here.
The What List
October 3rd, 2018
by Gina Pell + Amy Parker
100% Editorial picks. No pay for play. Ever.
The Tracks. Pitchfork is the best music magazine on the web. We wait for their What’s Good list to discover new music because who has the time? Listening to 100 Best Songs of Q3 2018 as we type.
The Test. Do you think like an amateur or a professional? Admittedly, we didn’t score perfectly across the board but then isn’t that part of the ‘professional’ process?
The Binge. As soon as we get a chance to breathe, we’re going to watchForever, the quirky new comedy with Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen about the doldrums of domestic partnership with a twist.
The Boots. A few weeks ago we did a Fb Live with Susan Griffin-Black about Conscious Leadership, a topic she will speak about at our Summit. She recently wrote an article about how to she was drawn to Zen Buddhism like a pair of black boots. Learn how you can become more conscious at work and in general.
The Flick. We are so grateful to Debra Messing for finding time to speak at our Summit on Friday in the midst of a whirlwind PR tour for the new thrillerSearching and filming for Will & Grace. This weekend, you’ll find Amy + Gina languishing at a matinee of her film Saturday afternoon.
We are bringing Lisa Stone and Emily Green of Ellevest together at The What Summit for a candid conversation around personal finance and investing at every age and every stage. The key take away: Money is power and you need to invest in yourself. Isn’t it time you looked into it? Here’s a $100 incentive.