Author Archive: Bettina Gordon
Explorer. Journalist. Trainer. Happy Camper (a trained skill).
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Have you thought about visiting the Hamptons, the beautiful and pristine beach communities at the east end of Long Island, famous for its natural beauty and the celebrities who flock there like seagulls to the Atlantic? Great, get the insiders’ guide to the Hamptons right here! The Hamptons have long been the playground for rich and famous New Yorkers […]
He is doing it again. The famed Aveda founder and Ecopreneur now focuses on Intelligent Nutrients, his 100% organic certified health and beauty line that is going global and flies of the shelves.
Do you believe you are only modestly creative, innovative and motivated? According to Dr. Srini Pillay you simply may not know how to fire up the corresponding regions in your brain to unleash your creativity in full force. YES, you are a creative powerhouse!
The former advertising maven who started and ran two multi-million dollar companies, left a very big life behind to discover her real gift: her gift for helping CEOs, entrepreneurs, pioneers and adventurers through their own personal and professional evolution – by engaging with her horses. Now she’s called the CEO Whisperer.
I am terribly afraid of small planes. Which is peculiar, because I am in one. As I delicately claw my fingers into the leather hand rest, I lean my forehead against the window and risk looking down. Wow, are we close to the ground. Then I remember why I am here: to see Niagara Falls. I relax a little.
Almost 60 years of Austrian tradition celebrated in America: The Viennese Opera Ball at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York enchants with elegant ball gowns and famous waltzing melodies. The N.Y. Times calls the Viennese Opera Ball the most elegant Ball in all America – I agree.
Your Call to Adventure: Only six years after receiving her first passport this former cube dweller left her high-paying job to travel the world for one year. That was 2006 – and Sherry Ott is still on the move. The story of a corporate renegade turned famed travel blogger.
There are high-tops and sky-scrapers and then there is Sky City: almost 700 feet above ground sits Acoma Pueblo, the oldest continuously inhabited American Indian pueblo in the United States. There is no electricity, running water or sewage system but the view from the mesa is spectacular.