Audiences will be inspired by true events and participation to give more to others to create a better life for themselves. She resented the new technology and social media she was being asked to embrace at work. This is a book that can change your life—if you let it! I thought I was going to be hit by a car just trying to cross the street. You mentioned that the story took you a lot of time. We went up against every best investigative story out of every major market in the country. We exposed politicians who thought they were above the law.
Still today, I have women come up to me and say, I got my first mammogram because of you. Somehow we lose our best self along the way. Was it scary, you bet. My life started kind of taking another path. The key was I had to be open to anything and everything. For every day that year, I did something that I had never done before and blogged about it at www.
Audiences laugh, cry and stand up and cheer as they recognize the lessons learned and leave with renewed motivation to create and embrace the life they want. Yes, when I was diagnosed with breast cancer at 35, I went on the air and told my story, before people really went public with that kind of thing. Sometimes this is great and sometimes this drives people around me a little crazy. Some of them are working side-by-side with me right now. Many are all over the country. Third, it's one of those things I always said I would never do and I did it. And this is why I wrote I Dare Me.
Publishing feels like birthing a baby. I think and hope that her journey will inspire many others like it! Which was your most emotional first? I don't know quite yet but I know I'm on a journey that will lead me to what comes next. She hopes her survivor experience inspires others. Then take in Cahn's spirit and try out her plan. For the first time in my life I felt old and out of touch. And I started to feel like I was repeating myself in what I was doing. I'm still amazed, touched and in a way honored when women tell me they got their first mammogram because of my story.
In these pages, the author has packed not only a year of courage, but more than enough for a lifetime. Long time co-workers were leaving. I resented the new technology and social media I was being asked to embrace at work. We had a lot of talk about. She filled many roles —and is most well known for her years as a hard-charging investigative reporter with a talent for uncovering scandals and scams. Who beside you was the inspiration behind the book? Her perseverance should serve as an inspiration to anyone listening.
. Maybe I could write about doing a lot of new things. Did you have a strategy or formula for picking your firsts each day? In these pages, the author has packed not only a year of courage, but more than enough for a lifetime. How do you top this book? But it's by no means preachy. For that date, we rotate picking out something that we have both never done before. I'm a great believer in reinventing yourself and in doing out of the ordinary things, but I stop short of doing outlandish and sometimes downright dangerous or stupid things just to say you I it. Packed with short stories and anecdotes, it's just a fun read.
You can write about anything. We did some incredible undercover work and were so proud of it. When I was researching I learned study after study shows the brain loves new things. I had plenty of accomplishments as a journalist. Many Firsts were just what I could find on the fly, like walking my dog Angel backwards one day.
From there, the book takes off, packed with one story after another of how doing something new opened her eyes and changed her outlook and attitude about every aspect of her life. Her Year of Firsts inspired me, as does the story of her life! This book will motivate you step out of your comfort zone and take more life-changing chances to increase your life fulfillment and happiness quotient! Keep your body guessing what you're going to do next. I'd have to say I experience the incredible power of television news when I went public with my breast cancer diagnosis and journey in 1991. It is something I really care deeply about. When I could, I captured each First on video in all its goofy, seat-of-my-pants glory. Physically, there was nothing wrong.
Some were painful parts of real life, like the day I had to put Angel to sleep. I was in Lillehammer for the Nancy-Tanya debacle. I think and hope that her journey will inspire many others like it! We really did that story right. When you do something new for the first time, you create possibilities and new energy. From the outside, my life at age 53 looked fine. Before she knew it, her whole perspective on life had changed. For the first time I felt old and out of step.