Wellness as Climate Resilience: How to Deal With Outrageous Weather in Ways that Save Energy and Money

My wonderful nephew Chris visited me recently and the first thing he talked about was how ill he was feeling from being in air conditioning […]

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How Poetry Makes You Smarter

I’ve been writing poetry for over 25 years. I’ve published some of it via 8 books. I’m not sure where it comes from, only that it keeps […]

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Awakened Living: Book Launch

As I started working on my new book, Awakened Living, I noticed that it was the right time. This book focuses on how inner trauma […]

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Growing Buildings Using Atmospheric Carbon

My approach to helping address climate change and wellness challenges integrates behavioral sciences, design thinking, biomimicry, and meditation. In this post, I want to explore and […]

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3 Biomimicry Principles for Engagement

I’m always exploring insights from biomimicry for social innovation. My last post on biomimicry connected its principles to those of the Vipassana meditation technique. As I […]

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Communication: Bridging Integrity and Flexibility

In a past post, I talked about the importance of maintaining integrity through change. Integrity is keeping thought, word, and action consistent with one’s core values. […]

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Visionaries: Book Launch

This post serves to launch my fourth book, Visionaries. As I reflect on the major inflection points in my life, I think about two very […]

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Companies Lead Clean Energy Efforts

As Apple transitions into the solar industry, and Amazon signs a deal with its utility to work more directly together to achieve its renewable energy goals, […]

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Water: Bruce Lee’s Biomimicry

On the Alchemus Prime website, we have a note about how we serve clients: We help our clients become more like water: accepting, adapting to, and flowing […]

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Celebrating Nature’s Patterns

I recently read an interview that the Smithsonian did with author and scientist Philip Ball about his new book, Patterns in Nature: Why the Natural World […]

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