Who’s doing the work?
People. Not Human “Resource” or Human “Capital” but Human “Source.”
Human “Beings,” not just human doings.
You, me, and us. All of us.

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Uncertainty is unavoidable in our work — a significant part of our lives. Priorities and choices pull us in many different directions. So, we often forget and neglect our wellbeing: Foundation of Life — Well of Being — The Source. The Source of our imagination, innovation, intuition, and inner knowing. The Source of what makes … Continue reading "Who are you? What is your work?"

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Our thoughts, words, and actions are powerful, and have an enormous impact on our work and life, yet we rarely see, hear, or feel them clearly. Most of the time our scattered attention runs free—we don’t pause to focus and reflect on what’s going on within or around us in the moment. Harvard research shows … Continue reading "Learning Lab: From Mindless Reaction to Skillful Response"

It was the week before the 2016 presidential election when I received the following in an email: “Are you suffering from Electile Dysfunction?” This tongue-in-cheek, yet provocative question in my teacher Jonathan Foust’s newsletter caught my attention as I was getting ready to travel to Washington D.C. to attend the Mindful Leadership Summit. The antidote … Continue reading "Leading Mindfully Together"

As I wrote earlier, the five-day immersive session with Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute gave me the time and space I needed to regain clarity, focus, and direction. While sharing five meaningful days with eighty other engaged leaders, I reaffirmed what leaders need in order to succeed in today’s volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous environment.

Growing tree
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” is often a question for little children. Yet throughout my career, I repeatedly asked myself that very question: “What do you want to be when you grow up?” In my 20s, 30s, and 40s, the same question kept coming up at different times 

The 2016 Mindful Business Conference (May 9-10, 2016) in New York City, organized by The Eventful Group, Mindful Magazine, and Whil, was unlike any other business conference I have been to. We heard passionate and purpose-driven speakers from diverse industries and organizations including: Harvard, Microsoft, Google, General Electric, Aetna, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, Volvo, SAP, BASF, MUFG, U.S. Army, … Continue reading "Mindful Business Leading The Way"