Category: Personal Development



The last issue addressed the need to develop ‘self-mastery’ based on poet David Whyte’s quote: ‘The ego’s goal is to have power OVER life’s experiences. 

The Secrets of Enlightened Leadership At the end of the workshop with John, we took a few minutes to stop and reflect on things he

The way we deal with emotion is the most frequent source of difficulty in our relations with others. Although feelings about other people and about

During our sixty plus years of combined experience coaching and consulting with a wide variety of people in a number of different of contexts, we

(Excerpted from Chapter 12 of Five Questions that Change Everything) Many years ago, as this apocryphal story goes, there was a village in a barren

It is too light a thing that you do, just being my servant and raising up the tribes of Jacob to restore the survivors of Israel.

Janet had spent the last three years abroad as a loyal spouse supporting her husband in his job as a senior executive of an American

Personal Theological Reflections on a Contemporary Philosophy of Transformation The stated and intended outcome of the world’s great religions is changed lives. This usually means not

When prejudice and negative judgments shift to understanding and respect, what is it exactly that changes? Is it the way someone thinks about someone else,

Letting Go and Allowing In: A Summary The final sentence in the first issue in the series was: “’Being too eager to fill the space

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