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Have you ever had a dream you were certain would happen, only to watch it die or slowly fade amidst competing priorities? Lynette Lewis shares two powerful choices that will work for anyone, choices that helped her endure 9/11, infertility, the agonizing death of a son and waiting 20 years to see a dream realized. The surprise ending of this talk brings the audience to their feet.
Amidst great loss, Lynette Lewis has learned how to live with relentless hope and joy. She has been teaching the art of connecting daily work with bigger dreams for over 30 years as a corporate executive, author, and speaker, navigating the complex worlds of higher education, Wall Street, and motherhood with six kids.
Her blog, “The daily dream,” along with her books, “Climbing the Ladder in
Stilettos” and “Remember the Roses - How to Hold Out, Hang On, and Marry the Man of your Dreams,” have earned her platforms and influence around the world.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx