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4 03, 2016

Eckhart Tolle on inner transformation

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"As far as inner transformation is concerned, there is nothing you can do about it. You cannot transform yourself, and you cannot transform your partner or anybody else. All you can do is create a space for transformation to happen, for grace and love to enter.” — Eckhart Tolle · Go to Eckhart Tolle on inner transformation →

2 08, 2011

7 books that changed the way I see the world

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This post is part 2 of 6 in the series Summer reading for 2011.

From Gretchen Rubin at The Happiness Project. Her list includes: Christopher Alexander's A Pattern Language; Scott McCloud's Understanding Comics; Virginia Woolf's The Waves; Edward Tufte's The Visual Display of Quantitative Information; Wayne Koestenbaum's Jackie Under My Skin: Interpreting an Icon; Mark Kurlansky's Cod: A biography of the fish that changed the world; and J.M. Barrie's The Boy Castaways of Black Lake Island. · Go to 7 books that changed the way I see the world →

26 07, 2011

Hillman Curtis on reinvention and taking the courageous path

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From 99%: Hillman Curtis is built like an elite endurance athlete – sinewy and towering. He speaks in a gentle voice with an undercurrent of hard-won confidence. This makeup serves him well, as he can perhaps be best described as a decathlete of creative pursuits. Whatever the event — be it design, web, writing or film — he has shape-shifted and doggedly worked his way to the top over and over again. · Go to Hillman Curtis on reinvention and taking the courageous path →

13 01, 2011

Making change happen, and making it stick

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From strategy+business: Five factors make the greatest difference in fostering the new behaviors needed for a transformation. All of them reflect the basic importance of people in implementing and embedding change. · Go to Making change happen, and making it stick →

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