2 Tips to Reach Your Highest Potential At Work

In follow up to an earlier post about collective intelligence, I want to dig deeper into what makes us give our best at work. In response to my […]

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5 Biomimicry Principles for Collective Intelligence

I’ve been reading my esteemed colleague Dr. Tamsin Woolley-Barker’s Teeming: How Superorganisms Work to Build Infinite Wealth in a Finite World for the past few […]

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8 Neuroscience Tips for Trust and Workplace Engagement

I’ve been blogging about workplace engagement a lot recently, and my last post explored biomimicry approaches for engaging staff. Recent neuroscience research establishes trust as one of […]

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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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The Future: 5 Pillars of Biomimetic Wellness

On the heels of my last post about mindfulness, and my recently launched book, which focuses on the connections between human health, climate change, and social […]

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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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The Biomimicry of Vipassana

Recently I participated in a ten-day Vipassana Meditation Training in the California desert. It had been on my bucket list for over a decade, so I […]

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The Biomimetic Life: A Self-Analysis

For a while I’ve been meaning to analyze my life and work based on Life’s Principles from biomimicry, to see how I’m doing in my […]

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Bioneers 2016: Highlights and Questions

Bioneers is, by definition, a recurring utopia. Sometimes it’s hard to believe it’s a conference! Everyone is happy: beaming, grateful, present, and kind. For example, […]

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Future Cities to be Biomimetic

Cambridge University bioengineer Michelle Oyen is studying how to make future cities biomimetic. Her work is focused on the mechanical properties of biological materials. One […]

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