Dr Sharon Ufberg
I am delighted to have this spot to share my latest activities and writing with all of you. As many of you may know, my daughter, Alexis, and I are the mother-daughter (doctor-lawyer) co-founders of Borrowed Wisdom. We offer cutting edge personal growth programming and resources to help you get a life you love including tele-summits, interview series, online courses, mastermind groups and more! The mission is to inspire people to live happy, healthy lives and give back to the world.
Our latest online webinar: 5 Simple Steps You Need to to Manifest What You Most Want in Just a Few Minutes Per Day is available now! Check it out!
As a freelance journalist, I explore controversial, interesting and topical issues that are important for people to know about, think about and share. Mainly people, mostly women making a difference but music, food and wine is included!
I am always excited to share my interviews from my NPR radio segment. Force of Nature. It airs on NPR’s 51%, a Woman’s Perspective WAMC radio show.
Here are some of my recent interviews on NPR’s 51%.
Interview with Anne Melloy Gould-Curesearch.
Interview with Do It For The Foundation’s Sara Agah Franti
Interview with artistic director from Transcendence Theater Co, Amy Miller.
Interview with Arianna Huffington on The Sleep Revolution.
As a public speaker, consultant, writer, woman and mother I am passionately committed to activism and advocacy for global women’s health and safety, environmental health and the empowerment of the whole person. I also write about my life and share personal essays about my travel experiences around the globe.
Check out some of my The Huffington Post articles –
Not Just Baseball and Beaches: Doing Good in the DR
The Perfect Mother-Daughter Get Away
Margrit Mondavi, age 90, still breathes life into Napa’s music and art scene
BottleRock kicks off with Franti’s Do It for the Love Benefit
Hell No -Michaelson’s ultimate break-up ballad
An Interview with Lava Records CEO, Jason Flom
Tristan Prettyman: From Sad Love Songs to Sweet Lullabies?
7 Insights I Learned in my 50’s
Turning a Fun Month into a Fun Life
The Best Piece of Advice I Wish Someone Had Given Me
My motto: “Anything is possible.”