Personal Experience

Living in the Present

My older son just headed back to college after being home for a week for spring break. Arriving home from the airport early this morning, I was struck by a sliver of the same sadness I felt at dropping him off at school in the fall. Sitting there in our living room, pictures of our family vacations cycling through the ...

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The Arch

An arch of light stretched o’er head, Ever growing through pain and ache, Acts of love streak out all sides, Leaving creation in its wake. Nestled deep within, so black, so old, Void rises up through space, As experience reflects upon Her own loving, lovely face. Light sparks to life within us When this marriage we do see, Our very core ...

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Writing as Giving

We make our writing a gift when it comes from the heart rather than from the ego.

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Alchemy of Change’s New Focus

I'm now resuscitating Alchemy of Change with a new focus on exploring the Soul.

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Soulful Work – My Interview with Big Life

An interview with Shelly Immel from Big Life, where she helps me cut to the essence of my work on making business a better force for good in the world.

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My TEDxRainier Talk on The Soulful Company

Watch the TEDxRainier talk on "The Soulful Company" -- a new generation of firms that won't just tap the soul, but feed it too.

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Trust in Luck

“If you ever have to choose between hard work and luck, choose luck. But remember... Luck doesn’t like a schmo.” - Joseph Rosenblatt

“If you ever have to choose between hard work and luck: choose luck. But remember... Luck doesn’t like a schmo.” - Joseph Rosenblatt

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Powerful Connections Touch the Soul

This is a talk I gave last night for Social Venture Partners Annual Meeting. It was a really nice event, full of interesting people, moving talks and inspiring conversations. In this video, I ask what is becoming an increasingly interesting question to me: Is it possible to have a soulful connection with an organization?

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