Category Archives: Informal Learning

Are you “beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists”?

Many people are suffering these days – no sense in denying this fact. Many, many more are living in fear of suffering – these are the people I am writing about (and to) today. Are you living in fear of … Continue reading

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Are you serving a Greater Good in your microcosm?

My friend Jared Vogel is a curious sort of person; by that I mean he is curious about life, learning, everything around him really, and he brings out the curiosity in others. We have wonderful conversations, Jared and I. A … Continue reading

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Think to Talk or Talk to Think?

I have two colleagues with whom I participate in a “coaching trio” every Wednesday night. Our “Fab Three” of Certified Business Coaches serves several purposes, including these key three: I recieve excellent coaching each week from which I benefit personally … Continue reading

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