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In Pursuit Of An Island Life

In Pursuit Of An Island Life

John Caswell February 13, 2017 0

  Living on a tropical island has always inspired us human beings. The idea of waking every morning to peace?—?the sheer beauty. A gentle lapping of crystal blue water on your very own white

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Finding Sanctuary in a World of Complexity, Unpredictability and Turbulence

Finding Sanctuary in a World of Complexity, Unpredictability and Turbulence

William Bergquist February 10, 2017 0

We live in an era not of accelerating change, but rather of turbulence. In such a world, there is great need for safe and strong sanctuary

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The Case for Maturity

The Case for Maturity

Jan Rybeck March 22, 2016 0

Mature leaders demonstrate both gravitas and agility. And this comes through directly as well as subtly through actions, decisions, and how they present themselves.

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The Map and the Territory

The Map and the Territory

Jan Rybeck March 22, 2016 0

Three points you should take from the concept of  Vertical Development: ⦁ Vertical development adds needed dimension: Vertical Development refers to a path of increasing our capacity to see, understand, and respond to ourselves, to

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The Ten Commandments for Gamechangers

The Ten Commandments for Gamechangers

Thomas Zweifel December 1, 2015 0

  It is one thing to take the Jews out of Egypt. It is quite another to take Egypt out of the Jews. —Rabbi Menachem Mendel Morgensztern of Kotsk (the Kotsker Rebbe, 1787-1859) When

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Becoming Who You Really Are

Becoming Who You Really Are

John Anderson April 22, 2015 0

A life-long challenge for each of us is figuring out how the world works, and seeing how we might best navigate our way through life in such a way as to make it a

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The Ultra-Genius Gene: Micro-Evolution and Genetic Anomalies

The Ultra-Genius Gene: Micro-Evolution and Genetic Anomalies

William Bergquist December 4, 2014 0

Perhaps it is most important to recognize that human evolution is not finished. We are still changing (for good or ill) and this change is not occurring in an orderly manner, but rather through

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Divergent Collaboration

Divergent Collaboration

Bart Barthelemy December 12, 2013 0

With Divergent Collaboration℠, organizations can open up the problem as much as possible and as early as possible, by looking at it from a variety of different and atypical perspectives so as to increase

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Coaching to a New York City State of Mind

Coaching to a New York City State of Mind

William Bergquist March 25, 2013 0

This is the first in a series of essays, on how specific cities impact me and I will suggest ways in we might find similar states-of-mind in our clients. I begin with the “Big

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To Flicker or Swing: The Fire and Pendulum of Leadership

To Flicker or Swing: The Fire and Pendulum of Leadership

Agnes Mura July 9, 2012 0

Perhaps the dynamics exhibited by organizations) don’t match very well with the mechanistic world of the pendulum. Rather, the world is more likely to resemble a fire.

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