YOU WILL LIVE A BRIGHTER LIFE WHEN YOU EMBRACE THE LIGHT OF LOSS.
Cole Imperi is dual-certified thanatologist with a contagious passion to enrich life through the study of death and dying.
There is no magic in a tarot card, but the insights and conversations sparked by a tarot reading are often nothing short of magical. Join designer and thanatologist Cole Imperi each week along with her guest as tarot helps them to explore life, our fears and struggles, our dreams and ambitions.
Working with death and dying for more than a decade hasn't left me sad or morbid...it has left me lighter, brighter and more curious. I will quench your curiosity about death and dying and brighten your everyday life, too.
All of my services and merchandise are designed and produced by me. Your purchase of my services and merchandise directly supports my work to improve the way that we live—and die—in the United States.
WORK WITH COLE
Doth is my consulting firm. We work with businesses mostly within deathcare to help them navigate market changes and reach the right audiences. We provide marketing, operations, pricing, packaging and branding support.
We provide mystery phone shopping for the deathcare profession. We'll call your business and provide you with a thorough report that helps you identify areas where your business is excelling, and where it needs to improve.
LIFE, DEATH & TAROT EPISODES
This episode is all about embracing opportunity, despite any bumps in the road.
What we reject in others, we often don’t allow in ourselves.
Sometimes the signs we’re given are not the signs we want.
We are going to talk about purpose, profession, passions, preferences and people.
I never thought I'd be on the cover of a magazine! Cross that off the bucket list.
In July of 2015, I visited the St. Louis Pulitzer Arts Foundation. This contemporary art museum was very well done and provided a special experience.
Big news: I'm featured in MORTAL, a feature-length film!
My house was built in the 1860s and has hosted funerals, receptions and parties. I've been trying to track down some of its history and am happy to share with you some of what I've found.
The Huntington Museum of Art in Huntington, WV is a museum I'd never been to, despite living in Huntington and visiting regularly. It's tucked up on a hill in a great location and would appeal to any art or nature lover thanks to its conservatory and nature trails.
The National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada was jam packed with information. I went in a group of 8, learned a lot, but also have some recommendations for improvement.
July is to fireflys, campfires, flashlights and fireworks while December is to christmas lights, candles, roaring fireplace fires and the new year's ball dropping. July is the warm 'Season of Light'.
My 5th museum visit of 2015 took me to the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, OH. I became a member after this visit!
My 4th museum visit of the year took me to the Newseum in Washington, DC. I laughed, cried, learned and experienced. This was an impactful visit.
Museum visit 3/12: The 6th Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza in Dallas, TX, USA.
My 2nd of 12 museum visits...The Neon Museum in Las Vegas, NV!
I'm giving a TEDx talk on March 27, 2015.
One of my goals for 2015 is to visit 12 museums. My first visit was to the Cincinnati Art Museum.