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Speaking at TEDx Charlotte this week. Watch online, if you can’t attend!

TEDx Charlotte logo

Who doesn't love a TED Talk? It's been called "the ultimate brain spa."

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Wyoming Writing Retreat May 18-24, 2014

Writers Retreat in Wyoming with Tamela Rich

Come spend a week with me in beautiful Greybull,Wyoming

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Your Daily Getaway: Armchair Travel Option for Email Subscribers

Wyoming pasture, fence, road and horizon

The Daily Getaway is a picture from my North American travels with a short caption or quote & sometimes a link to learn more. The perfect way to begin each day.

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Winter Writing Retreat: Facilitating Author Creativity

Writers with their Mac's around the campfire

This month I facilitated a writers' retreat for a few mastermind clients who needed a block of time to focus on their books and some intermittent time with me.

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Is Writing a Book One of Your New Year’s Resolutions?

Author with books tucked under his arm offering them to an acquaintance at a business gathering

You've heard the drumbeat—You need to write a book! Your competitors have already written books, where's yours? Maybe you don't need to write a book to succeed, but if you've been thinking about it, let's talk.

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Announcing a New Keynote Speech and Workshop: Facing Fear

Scary clown

Hundreds of people have asked me about being afraid as I travel by myself. It usually goes something like this:  "Aren't you afraid some nut job will do you in?"

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Gettysburg and My “Mixed” Marriage

Faces of Gettysburg


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Touring West Virginia and Speaking in Hagerstown, Maryland

motorcycle approaching from right to left

Confession: I felt shortchanged this summer when the bearings went out in my motorcycle's engine and I had to rent a car to get to Billings, Montana for a week of engagements.

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Meet 83-year-old Sally Stanke, a Woman (still) on Wheels

Group of women around a restaurant dinner table

If you think you're too young or too old to do what calls to you in life, you're going to love Sally Stanke, who celebrated her 83rd birthday last month.

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Developing a Great Presentation: Lessons from Pecha Kucha

Tamela in front of the Pecha Kucha crowd

Right before Labor Day weekend I delivered my first Pecha Kucha, "Alone in the Tetons After Dark." The constraints of the Pecha Kucha format taught me a few things that could help anyone developing ANY kind of presentation. Read on!

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