As I wrote last week, there was little white space on the calendar. More of the same next week and the week after.
This is a good week for me to reach out to one of my favorite people, he doesn’t know this, Dr. Ron Bonnstetter.
I met Dr. Ron at a TTI event several years ago. He knows a lot about the brain which is one of my favorite subjects. I could speak to him for hours on end.
In this week’s post, Dr. Ron ties together the Why of Simon Sinek, No Child Left Behind, and the neocortex. Continue reading
Who do you consider to be the leaders you look up to?
Photo courtesy of thephotographymuse
Jim Kouzes, who co-authored the book “The Leadership Challenge” with Barry Posner, did a study of those people considered to be our most influential leaders. Here are the results: Continue reading
If you’ve been following me for a while, you know I thrive on pushing my mind and body to the edge:
- Doing yoga classes for 30 days.
- Drastically changing my diet to vegan/vegetarian.
- Scaling unthinkable crazy hills.
“What’s the point of these challenges?” I’m frequently asked. I always answer with a quote from George Bernard Shaw:
“I want to be thoroughly used up when I die.”
This weekend I organized a Meetup.com hike to one of my favorite places, Highland Forest. Something happened on the hike that exposed one of my flaws. Continue reading