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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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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Dance: Book Launch

For anyone who knows me, you know that dance is my bliss. It’s only fitting that my seventh volume of poetry is dedicated to this […]

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5 Principles of (Quantum) Energy Leadership

This morning I picked up a book that a colleague recommended, called Energy Leadership, and read it from cover to cover. It struck me that […]

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Beyond Meditation: Cultivating Mindfulness

Mental health is becoming a hot topic, and thankfully in a good way that removes stigma. As I reflect on my 12-year journey of learning […]

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Design Thinking for Engagement

Recently, we melded design thinking process with behavioral science methods to facilitate a breakout session at Acterra’s Spring Green Team Forum. My goal, along with my intrepid […]

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Engagement Skills

As we continue to implement engagement programs via AZENTIVE, it’s important to understand the immensity of the challenge before us. A staggering 69% of managers surveyed […]

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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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Work + Love = Play

I’ve written previously about manifesting a career, what success means, and how important it is to foster our true selves to be happy in our work. This […]

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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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