lingered on every word and scribbled to transcribe Barbara's tidbits of wisdom as if I were sitting in on a one-time offering of "Create the Life You Want 101." You can't help but be attentively engaged with a woman with a resume that includes raising over $190 million for charities, consulting with an impressive list of corporations, giving hundreds of motivational talks every year, and serving as executive VP for Louisville's Fund for the Arts. This 51-year-old Kentucky gal has advice certainly worth tuning into.My husband, Lacey. Fifteen years ago I knew nothing about art, fashion, and so on. Lacey introduced me to a different way to see and receive the world. After saving my money for seven years, I took Lacey's training for developing an eye for art and then went on a shopping spree. I spent two months' reconstruction of our home to prepare the space to receive the art. I knew nothing about art and now I'm the chief spokesperson for it.(Laughs) I don't daydream. Are you kidding?! When you're doing 'the dash' there's no time for daydreaming. The dash' is the space on your epitaph between DOB and death. What are you doing with your dash?