Beauty of Beginnings – April 1st | Beauty of Beginnings

The archetype of the Fool, the Court Jester, is not that of a simple person, rather someone who uses wit and street smarts to speak the unspoken Truths and to do so through comedy and entertainment. In our current time of political correctness, our modern Fool’s are often the only ones who get away with speaking Truth in a world … Read More

Beauty of Beginnings – March 12th | Beauty of Beginnings

There is a Grand Canyon of difference between a commitment and a statement made without commitment. A Commitment  – words spoken that are backed by the entire ecology of the speaker – resonates into the Universal field and is felt by all who are exposed to it. A life where we make lame attempts at commitment – vaguerisms – that … Read More

Beauty of Beginnings – March 6th | Beauty of Beginnings

Compassion and Truth In our world of the fake, the artificial, the deceptive, to seek for the truth, to ask questions, to gain perspective, to step back, to watch our reactions, to pause before we respond…these acts are wise. Seldom do we have the whole story. The big picture. The other side. And rarely do we pause long enough to … Read More

Beauty of Beginnings – February 8th | Beauty of Beginnings

Drop below your fear. Stand in the silence of the flow that is your existence. Sense the whole arc of your life, the future and the past, present with you in this moment. Sense the many also present, holding you gently, silently, waiting for you to ask for their help and guidance. Listen to the Truth that is uncontaminated by … Read More

Leadership Alchemy – developing leaders in complex times | Leadership Alchemy

Alchemy= “A science (no longer practiced) that sought to transform one chemical element into another through a combination of magic and primitive chemistry. Alchemy is considered to be the ancestor of modern chemistry.” The American Heritage® New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy Joshua Cooper Ramo’s “The Age of the Unthinkable” and Nassim Nicholas Taleb “Black Swan” and “Fooled by Randomness” speak … Read More