In this fast-paced world and in these challenging times, we often need reminders to slow down and to connect with one another.
We need to put down our phones and close our laptops. We need to sit across a table from one another — even a virtual table!— and bring back the old fashioned art of good conversation.
Join us at our upcoming Mango Publishing Author Panel where we will discuss some ideas for how people can practice setting intentions for conversations, being better listeners, and nurturing more intimacy and depth.
Conversation that is authentic and from the heart can be an antidote to negativity and pessimism. It can be like medicine!
Our guest authors, Polly Campbell (“You Recharged") and Brenda Knight (“Be a Good in the World” and many others) will share stories and ideas about how to begin to look at conversation in a new light and with new depth.
The panel is facilitated by Sherry Richert Belul (“Say it Now.”)
Mango Author Panels are a great way to get a behind-the-scenes look at the publishing world and what goes on in authors' heads. They are always interactive, often intriguing, and especially warm and inspiring.
Join us via Facebook Live on the Mango Publishing Page: www.facebook.com/mangopublishing
Polly Campbell is the author of "You Recharged: How to Beat Fatigue (Mostly) Amp Up Your Energy (Usually) and Enjoy Life Again (Always)" and other books. She is also the host of the podcast "Polly Campbell Simply Said" and a blogger with "Psychology Today.”
Mango publisher, Brenda Knight, began her career at HarperCollins working with luminaries Paolo Coelho, Marianne Williamson and Huston Smith. Brenda was awarded IndieFab’s "Publisher of the Year" in 2014 by the American Library Association and she previously served as president of the Women’s National Book Association, SF Chapter. A scholar of medieval literature and modern poetry, Brenda lives in San Francisco, California.
Sherry Richert Belul, author of “Say it Now: 33 Creative Ways to Say I Love You to the Most Important People in Your Life,” is founder of Simply Celebrate, a business dedicated to helping people live colorful, connected, creative lives of love and appreciation.