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disappointed man Leadership advice – When things don’t go as you want them to

Change is hard. It never happens as easily or as quickly as you want it to, especially when you are the one leading the charge.…

FEBI learning lounge banner Science of Somatics: Interview with Amanda Blake

Amanda Blake is a FEBI-Certified Coach who is doing some amazing work around the Science of Somatics.  I recently caught up with Amanda about her…

Zabutan cushion The easiest way to meditate – EVER!

Not sure if my teachers will roll their eyes or applaud me, but I’ve finally hit on a time and place for meditation that seems…

man with flexed arm Leadership Advice: When Your Strengths Are Not Enough

There’s nothing wrong with using your strengths to propel initiatives forward. After all, those strengths more than likely got you into the leadership role you…

FEBI learning lounge banner Decision Making – It’s All About Paradoxes

Have you worked in a company where the bosses couldn’t make up their damn minds?  For awhile, the structure was decentralized so you and your…

walking on the beach Do you “walk the talk”… or just take a few steps?

As leaders, we all make a conscious effort to walk the talk, especially when it comes to implementing change. Showing others that we follow through…

man meditating The Best Leadership Advice – slow down and STOP!

“Find the rhythm where people can move with you or you’re going to be stuck doing everything yourself.” I know I came across that statement…

small radial Zen Leader logo in blue A Little Help From My Zen

A week ago I attended the inaugural workshop of the  Institute for Zen Leadership  in Spring Green, Wisconsin.  I certainly expected this to be a…

Zen garden in black and white Realizing the Zen Leader: Recounting the Journey

We often hear from readers of The Zen Leader, talking about their reactions, experiences or insights as they read the book and work through the…