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Zen garden in black and white The Zen Leader Animated

Check out this animated video explaining why we might want to flip around our sense of self, and how it’s possible. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TsnVMJ7_DqA Then take a…

FEBI learning lounge banner What Differentiates FEBI as a Coaching Tool?

Blog Rewind:  This short post was written by  Zen Leader  author Ginny Whitelaw responding to a question that came up in a  FEBI Certification  session. …

Great Nebula in Orion An Idiot’s Guide To Awakening

I had the fortunate opportunity last month to view an incredible film at the Smithsonian Air & Space museum called “Hubble 3D.” Part of it…

astronaut drawing Do We Really Create Our Own Reality?

The idea that we create our own reality is not a new concept, but as you’ll read, a lesson I’m still learning. Werner Erhard, the…

Zen garden in black and white Turning Your Vision Statement Into Reality

Every company seems to have one – a Vision or Mission statement that defines the type of company they aspire to be. Many hours, and…

FEBI learning lounge banner FEBI and Puppetry Training: Finding and Sharing Energy Using FEBI

Article by  Dr. Mark Seton , a consultant in Higher Education Performing and Media Arts and a Certified FEBI facilitator, Sydney, AUSTRALIA. In July this…

Zen garden in black and white How Role Playing Helps With Problem Solving

  If my many years in marketing taught me anything, it was the importance of understanding your customers and prospects. Before any creative project was…

Pagoda Mindfulness and Well-Being: Another Trend or an Evolved Practice?

If you have been keeping up with the current business and psychological literature, the terms “mindfulness” and “well-being” have been popping up a lot lately. …

stack of blank books Step Back, Reflect and Practice What You Preach

Lately, when I am not working as a leadership development consultant, I am neck deep in my dissertation study as I work toward a PhD…