Monday, January 9, 2012

SIX WORDS ABOUT WORK | By Edited by Larry Smith, SMITH Magazine ( | Category: Biographies & Memoirs | Blurb

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About the Author

SMITH Magazine
SMITHmag New York, NY

SMITH Magazine ( and SMITH Teens ( are the homes of the Six-Word Memoir® project, a bestselling five-book series, board game, calendar, live event series, and global phenomenon.

SMITH founder, Larry Smith, has spoken on the

power of personal storytelling, how to engage an audience, and the way he made a simple idea spread quickly at PopTech, the AARP 50+ Convention, and the GEL Conference. His presentation at the 2011 SXSW Interactive Festival, “How to Create an Internet Phenomenon for Peanuts,” was called “Most Inspirational” by KQED Radio. He’s spoken and led workshops at companies such as ESPN, Dell, Shutterfly, Morgan Stanley, Google, as well as at foundations, nonprofits, and schools across the country.

For more on Larry Smith's speaking and "Six@Work" team building program, visit

Publish Date  November 01, 2011

Dimensions  Pocket  120 pgs

Category  Biographies & Memoirs

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Saturday, January 7, 2012

Kierstin Bridger...Stripped!

I'm so excited about this book! Stripped a Collection of Anonymous Flash Fiction edited by Nicole Monaghan.
I'm thrilled to be a contributing author! There really is a reason why I'm posting this bit of literary information to our Bridger Construction and KB Design Stage blogs. It's because the inspiration for my story came from a job we did. I tell stories for clients... I ask them what styles they like, colors, moods, what feelings they want to evoke when they enter a space. Sometimes they're not sure. They may give me a few shades of blue. They may even give me the opening line; "I see this as a retreat" or "I want this to be like a zen spa!" They might even describe a place they knew and loved. It's my job to create a room that reflects their unique tastes, their personal style, their passions.

In the end the house or room tells a tale of who our clients are in the world, how they see themselves or want to be seen. Often it creates a space that allows them to fulfill their dreams, live the life they have only vaguely dreamed possible.

Houses, wood, wallpaper, antiques, inspire me. A stark white room with modern fixtures and abstract art tell a much different story than 4 walls of creamy golden plaster and wrought iron 1920's sconces.

I love telling my own stories too... When my two creative worlds collide, all the better!


Look for it on amazon or lulu!

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Kierstin Bridger


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