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http://fortune.com/2016/10/26/2016-fortune-most-powerful-women-next-gen-summit-teaser/

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Among the women already confirmed to join us: Apple head of Global Consumer Marketing Bozoma Saint John, SoulCycle CEO Melanie Whelan, Making a Murderer filmmakers Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi, designer Rachel Roy, WWE chief brand officer Stephanie McMahon, Facebook head of people Lori Goler and singer-songwriter Jewel. (For a closer look at our preliminary agenda, please click here.)

Sound like a good time? We certainly think so. And we’d love to share the experience with you. To that end, if you’re a Next Gen-er who would like to nominate yourself—or if you have someone in your organization you’d like to suggest for the conference—please do so using this nomination page link. (The fine print: Nominations must be approved by Fortune and there is limited space.) And if you can’t be there in person, we will be publishing links to live streamed sessions and other coverage on Fortune.com.

Jewel's scheduled bits are Wednesday, November 30, 2016

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10:10 AM ONE ON ONE

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Interviewer: Pattie Sellers, Executive Director, Fortune MPW Summits and Live Content, Time Inc.

and to close it out:

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4:15 PM CONVERSATION AND CONCERT

Agenda here: http://www.fortuneconferences.com/mpw-next-gen-2016/2016-preliminary-agenda/

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It took a little digging, but here's the live stream:

http://fortune.com/2016/11/28/mpw-next-gen-2016-livestream/

We slept through the 10am interview.  :hide:

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Damnit, that's Pacific time and I didn't even realize it!

And,  :lol:


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Live now! SOTR to start. . Growing up story has changed a touch.

We're all like sea slugs apparently, lol

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25 minutes of talking, then Hands...

That was quite a chat!

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Beautiful rendition of Mercy right now... Swankee Soiree level

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Wrapped up the 50 minute show with Who Will Save Your Soul.  All around, I thought it was wonderful! :wub:  :thomdance:

I recorded the audio with Audacity and I've uploaded it here if anyone else wants it: https://mega.nz/#!F4sRUKhC!l9VyuDGklTLJzKtO8uck8uiXqaETiTemxPjYJVwlK1w

The file's a bit big and it isn't broken up, so if anyone can make it better ...  :whistle::angel:


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25 minutes of talking, then Hands...

That was quite a chat!
Did she pack a bit of EVERY story into that one, or what?

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I kept waiting for the queued songs to start, I'm so familiar with the story openers! :lol:

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Same here. We were certain that she was leading into MFD early on, but she blew right past it!

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Thanks Jess for sharing, I will listen to it later on, I hope next week.
No longer lend your strenght to that which you wish to be free from.

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This has been bugging me, so:

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I love music, but my energy isn’t there right now

This was sort of disappointing, but I think we all saw it coming. I do sincerely hope this venture is successful for her, but I'm having trouble getting behind a school curriculum or something.

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Jewel did another one of these yesterday to launch Jewel, Inc: http://fortune.com/2017/10/10/jewel-inc-save-your-soul/


There's a little video in the link.

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Jewel wants to help companies invest in real people. The Grammy-nominated artist spoke with Pattie Sellers at Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday about mindfulness and her journey as an entrepreneur.

The singer-songwriter, producer, entrepreneur and single mom of a six-year-old son — she goes by her first name, but her full name is Jewel Kilcher — wants to use her experience as a way to help others. She and her two brothers were raised in Alaska by an alcoholic father.

She left an unstable situation at home only to wind up in the streets.

“When I was homeless I realized that I had become a statistic, which was exactly what I hoped to avoid when I left home at 15,” Jewel said.

She turned to writing as a mindfulness practice and wrote her breakout hit “Who Will Save Your Soul” while hitchhiking.

As an entrepreneur, she wants to share the coping mechanisms and mindfulness practices she discovered throughout her young adult life and music career.

At last year’s MPW summit, the singer-songwriter announced the launch of a new website called Never Broken, focused on “emotional fitness”

Now she’s looking for companies who are interested in investing in their human capital, both in the lives of their employees and their consumers.

This new venture, Jewel Inc., will bring mindfulness tools and curriculum to businesses in order to help shift company culture and care for the holistic wellbeing of employees, Jewel said.

Zappos — which has always been game for radical management styles, but not always successful — is the first corporate partner and a pilot for the program. Jewel hopes together they can produce a “curriculum that invests in the whole human in a meaningful way.”

As far as practical advice, Jewel offered two suggestions: 1) Let go of hyper-vigilance and the idea of perfection. 2) Realize and accept that pain is a part of life.

“How we deal with it is what makes us extraordinary problem solvers,” she said.

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Re: Jewel at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit with stream?
« Reply #14 on: October 11, 2017, 04:46:18 PM »