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4 03, 2016

In search of the great song

Fri, Mar 4, 2016|Filed in: Bookmarks|Topics: , , , |Comments Off on In search of the great song

a documentary series exploring and celebrating the universal pulse, affirming an underlying connection- 'the Great Song'- while encouraging audiences' unique creative expression.
Featuring artists, educators, scientists, spiritual teachers and 'humans-without-definitions', the film series traverses North America, Europe, Australia and India revealing a soulful, musical recognition 'softwired' into the core of humanity, reminding us who we are. · Go to In search of the great song →

22 02, 2012

Starting the new year in March

Wed, Feb 22, 2012|Filed in: Exercises, meeting designs & questions|Topics: , , |1 Comment

December, January and February 2011-12 flew by at rapid speed, filled with activities to complete projects, entertain house guests, travel and sing a once-in-a-lifetime event. March starts my new year with a few days of reflection on 2011 and futuring about what's next. In case this sounds like your life, here are the starting questions I'm asking myself for this new year.

20 05, 2010

Wake up to lead

Thu, May 20, 2010|Filed in: Bookmarks|Topics: , , , |Comments Off on Wake up to lead

From Center for Creative Leadership: Too often we lead and live on autopilot: getting through the day, putting out the latest fire at work or home, responding to what’s in front of us. There is an alternative, says Clint Sidle, author of This Hungry Spirit: Your Need for Basic Goodness: “Wake up and become fully aware of who you are. When you are self-aware and honest with yourself, you become conscious of your boxes, your habitual patterns,” he explains. “Once they loosen their grip, you open the door to fresh perspectives and other possibilities.” · Go to Wake up to lead →

9 12, 2009

Paul’s Reflected Best Self exercise

Wed, Dec 9, 2009|Filed in: Background, Paul's blog|Topics: , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Paul’s Reflected Best Self exercise

This exercise provides feedback to people about who they are when they are at their best. Clients request positive feedback from significant people in their lives, which the clients then synthesize into a cumulative portrait of their best-self. Developed by the University of Michigan, Positive Organizational Scholarship program.

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