The short video clip Lost Generation continues to be a big hit with keynote and workshop audiences as we discuss our choices to Lead, Follow, or Wallow when faced with challenging changes or setbacks. It features a poem written by Jonathon Reed for a “U @ 50” contest sponsored by the American Association of Retired […]Read post »
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Recently I was a panelist at our local Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals meeting. Each of us on the panel was asked to give 10 minutes of reflections to the young professionals starting their careers on “I wish I knew then, what I know now.” This was followed by a very spirited and lively question […]Read post »
Tis the season for talk of “Christmas magic.” For much of the Western World the Holiday Season is a time of fantasy, magic, and myths. We’re reminded this time of year how dangerous it is to lose our sense of awe, wonder, and possibilities. Science is rapidly redefining the blurry lines of reality and fantasy. […]Read post »
My last blog post was a link to the great podcast interview Anna Farmery did around a few key concepts from Growing @ the Speed of Change. The one area she had not heard of, and especially fascinated her, was the very strange new field of quantum mechanics. I find this topic incredibly intriguing and […]Read post »
I am getting better at enjoying the task of writing for its own satisfaction. This year as I immersed myself in writing my newest book, I was often in the magical state of “flow.” I learn at such a deeper level through researching, conceptualizing, roughing out, and then writing on a topic. A good example […]Read post »