You’re having a dinner party and can invite anyone you’d like — living or dead. Who would you pick?
Here’s my list:
He’s been a favorite in my family for decades. He’s smart (earned a Ph.D. in Education) and of course, very, very funny.
One of the most important statesmen of the last century, Churchill held the British together through World War II. He also received the Nobel Prize in Literature, and was the first person to be made an Honorary Citizen of the United States. I bet he’d give a terrific toast.
He’s reached the top in three careers — bodybuilding, acting, and politics — and I’d love to ask him about his keys to success.
Blind, deaf, and mute, she graduated from college (with honors), and became an author and humanitarian, as well as a role model for those overcoming adversity.
The father of modern Public Relations. It would be interesting to hear his thoughts on the evolution of our profession. Plus, I could call the dinner a professional development opportunity, and write the cost off.
The next great Olympian, and by all accounts, humble and down-to-earth.
One of the greatest portrait photographers of our time. I could spend hours asking about her craft.
Your turn …. who’s on your list?