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Look Forward & Move Forward

Look Forward & Move Forward

Dec 14 2020

Rebecca Ryan on why “getting back to normal” goes the wrong direction ~ December 2020 Have you heard it, too?  People are looking forward to…

Seeking Perfection

Seeking Perfection

Nov 13 2020

Steve Jobs, Mu, Ma and Zen Andy Robins explores something quite removed from the news of the day ~ November 2020 I have a couple…

Playground Leadership

Playground Leadership

Sep 09 2020

In the age of bully leaders, where is our Mandela? Andy Robins wonders about world leaders and ponders Nelson Mandela’s courage – September 2020 Bully…

The Upper Right Hand Corner

The Upper Right Hand Corner

Aug 24 2020

Rebecca Ryan on how Zen Leaders Keep Their People from Freaking Out – August 2020 Since March 13, I’ve talked with hundreds of leaders about…

water drop with the world How Zen Can Provide Leadership in a Post-Truth Trump World

How Zen Can Provide Leadership in a Post-Truth Trump World

Jul 13 2017

What a wacky month. I’ve tried several times to write this post and every time have gotten sidetracked by the latest unfoldings in our real-life…

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Darkness and Light

Dec 23 2015

The winter solstice is upon us: the darkest time of the year in this northern hemisphere. And with the recent terrorism in Paris and San…

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Developing Leadership Agility

Sep 30 2015

“Probably the most important competency for leaders to have in today’s rapidly changing world.” What could be so powerful and important to leadership that would…

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Wellness Retreat with FEBI

Jan 05 2015

Antimo Cimino is a FEBI-Certified Coach who has combined his passion for movement and wellness with experiential travel.  We’ve invited Antimo to share with the…

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Chop, Chop, On Time

Dec 31 2014

Guest blogger, Theo Cade, shares his experience of working with Driver energy.  Driver is not always the pattern we think of for interpersonal harmony, but in…