Unsuspecting Commuters Get An Epic Broadway Serenade #FridayFive

“You’re only given one little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it.”

– Robin Williams
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Welcome to this week’s edition of the Friday Five. From viral videos to inspiring stories – find out what’s trending below.

O captain, my captain… 
This week we celebrate the life and work of comedic genius Robin Williams. Jimmy Fallon gave a teary tribute to Robin on “The Tonight Show.” Watch, laugh, and sniffle here.

Commuters get a free Lion King show… 
The Broadway cast of “The Lion King” broke into song on the A train. And yes, New Yorkers looked up and smiled. The a cappella performance of “The Circle of Life” is beautiful. Watch here.

Zack Morris & Kelly Kapowski are back (sort of)… 
Imagine being a teen star in the 90s. The fashion. The scrunchies. The lack of all things digital (for better or worse). The unauthorized story of Saved by the Bell is coming to Lifetime this fall. The show premieres September 1st, but you can see the trailer here.

Don’t Panic, leaders. Choose your attitude… 
We love the marketing and admin assistant agency, Don’t Panic Mgmt (especially the head DPM boss lady!). Recently they shared a cool business philosophy called FISH!, which is made up of four practices; Be There, Play, Make Their Day, and Choose Your Attitude. Rad, right? Read the full post here.

Career advice from Stella McCartney… 
Stella McCartney has designed an incredible career. In a recent interview with Glamour Magazine, Stella shares her path to success, along with how she navigates the critics. Read here.

XO

Oh, by the way


PS: Just for the ladies… Are you tuned into your cycle? Track your cycle with the highly recommended smartphone app Clue. Using an algorithm based on data you enter, Clue predicts when you should prepare for PMS, your next period and fertility window. Learn more here.

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Unsuspecting Commuters Get An Epic Broadway Serenade #FridayFive

Unsuspecting Commuters Get An Epic Broadway Serenade #FridayFive

Unsuspecting Commuters Get An Epic Broadway Serenade #FridayFive

Unsuspecting Commuters Get An Epic Broadway Serenade #FridayFive

Unsuspecting Commuters Get An Epic Broadway Serenade #FridayFive

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“You’re only given one little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it.”

– Robin Williams
(tweet this)

Welcome to this week’s edition of the Friday Five. From viral videos to inspiring stories – find out what’s trending below.

O captain, my captain… 
This week we celebrate the life and work of comedic genius Robin Williams. Jimmy Fallon gave a teary tribute to Robin on “The Tonight Show.” Watch, laugh, and sniffle here.

Commuters get a free Lion King show… 
The Broadway cast of “The Lion King” broke into song on the A train. And yes, New Yorkers looked up and smiled. The a cappella performance of “The Circle of Life” is beautiful. Watch here.

Zack Morris & Kelly Kapowski are back (sort of)… 
Imagine being a teen star in the 90s. The fashion. The scrunchies. The lack of all things digital (for better or worse). The unauthorized story of Saved by the Bell is coming to Lifetime this fall. The show premieres September 1st, but you can see the trailer here.

Don’t Panic, leaders. Choose your attitude… 
We love the marketing and admin assistant agency, Don’t Panic Mgmt (especially the head DPM boss lady!). Recently they shared a cool business philosophy called FISH!, which is made up of four practices; Be There, Play, Make Their Day, and Choose Your Attitude. Rad, right? Read the full post here.

Career advice from Stella McCartney… 
Stella McCartney has designed an incredible career. In a recent interview with Glamour Magazine, Stella shares her path to success, along with how she navigates the critics. Read here.

XO

Oh, by the way


PS: Just for the ladies… Are you tuned into your cycle? Track your cycle with the highly recommended smartphone app Clue. Using an algorithm based on data you enter, Clue predicts when you should prepare for PMS, your next period and fertility window. Learn more here.

Sorry, comments are closed for this post.

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