One Thing New is the free email that delivers creative intelligence, news that matters, and a moment to breathe to smart, busy women who don't have time for email or for newsletters.
Each dispatch is designed to connect you to the wider world, introduce you to a new personality or idea, or to free up a few minutes in your day.
One Thing New is exactly what we needed—but couldn’t find and didn’t have the time to seek out—as we juggled big jobs, small kids and an expanding list of responsibilities.
So we've made it our mission to find all that eye-opening stuff we so desperately missed, and to share it with you. Whether it’s an under-the-radar news item, a new (fast!) recipe, a book we couldn’t live without, a clever way to deal with a snarky co-worker or something we think is just worth thinking about, we’ll deliver it in a quick, easy-to-read format. We’ll give you the essentials, and we won’t waste your time.
So please let us know what you think—where we’ve scored a bulls-eye, and where we’re totally off the mark.
Sign up HERE, tell your friends, and help us change the world (really!)
with One Thing New.
Kimberly got a taste of entrepreneurship as the founding editor of the award-winning BusinessWeek SmallBiz, a bi-monthly spin-off of BusinessWeek for and about people who are pretty much consumed with building their businesses. That’s also where she first got to do fun things like managing budgets, hiring people, and going on sales calls. At other publications she covered both finance and technology, with the occasional story about high-end watches, serious birders, or supercars. She’s an experienced public speaker and has been a regular guest on MSNBC’s Your Business. She holds an A.B. from Brown University. And on those days that she can bring her laptop outside and work from an Adirondack chair, she’s real happy.
As a kid, Connie Guglielmo (above, left) dreamed of becoming a reporter like her heroes Nellie Bly and Lois Lane, so she could travel the world, interview interesting people and write important stories. She got her wish. After working on her college newspaper at UCLA and earning a Masters in Communication from Stanford University, she was lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time to cover the technology industry getting under way in Silicon Valley. Over the past two decades, she's written for prominent tech magazines including Wired and Upside, covered Apple and other tech companies as a business reporter for Bloomberg News, interviewed notable CEOs and appeared as a technology commentator on TV and radio news programs, including PBS' NewsHour. When she started wondering "What's next?" she decided the time was right to work with Kimberly and start something new -- One Thing New. She's an avid reader, old movie junkie, pretty good cook and super fast typist.