UNFINISHED BUSINESS is now available in paperback, with a new foreword by Passages author Gail Sheehy, a selection of inspirational readers' stories, a new reading group guide and Lee's step-by-step guide for tackling your own unfinished business. Click here to learn more.
Facebook versus Face to Face: Will School Reunions Endure?
More and more younger alumni are saying that Facebook and other social networking sites make school reunions obsolete. Click here to find out why I disagree.
Certain places in our lives have a primal pull:
They keep drawing us back, to restore our faith in both humanity and ourselves.
Click here to read "A Place for Me to Visit Her." in memory of my beloved Aunt Fern.
Have you ever righted a wrong or rekindled an old or neglected relationship? Tell me how you did it -- and why -- and how the experience affected both you and the other people involved. You can also click here to share your comments, questions, strategies and tips.
The Unfinished Business Toolkit
A Resource For You
I do not consider myself a self-help expert. I'm a workaholic who improved his life by reaching out to others and making amends. I have assembled the strategies that worked best for me into this toolkit. I hope you find it useful. If you come across other strategies that work, please tell me so I can make this toolkit an even richer resource for people who want to take care of their unfinished business.
To open the toolkit, click here.
"Kravitz has written a triumphant love letter to the human condition.”—Marlo Thomas, author of The Right Words at the Right Time
"Kravitz writes with an inspiring sincerity. His experiences are so familiar that it would be hard for readiers not to reflect on their own unfinished business -- and want to tend to it." -- The Washington Post
"What could have turned into a self-congratulatory, Disneyesque odyssey becomes an occasion for real kindnesses and growing sensitivity." -- TIME magazine
"Lee Kravitz used losing his job as a springboard to the human things he should have done. In so doing, he turned bad into bountiful. A great lesson for us all." -- Mitch Albom, author of Have A Little Faith.
"By taking honest and courageous stock of his own unfinished business, Lee Kravitz calls on us all to live lives that honor our best selves." —Dave Isay, founder of StoryCorps
“[Kravitz’s] journeys…are truthful, generous and worthwhile." —Kirkus
Click here to listent to Lee's conversation with Dr. Zara Larsen of Architects of Change.
Click here to read Gail Sheehy's insightful column on UNFINISHED BUSINESS in the February 8 issue of USA TODAY.
Take care of one item on your list of unfinished business. Click here for five free tools and tips that will help you succeed.