Category: Leadership

Life Is A Science, Meant To Be Lived As An Art

Gloria Steinem, the feminist icon, said a wonderful thing when she was asked about moving people forward in the world of activism and how frustrating that could be. I liked her comment so much that I draw from it often, as a message of leadership and hope. As I recall, she said (the essence of…
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If You Are Not Alert, You Get Hurt

There is a very active addiction flooding the world today. It’s called trance. Some people experience it through drugs. Some people act it out through illness. Some people mesmerize themselves because they are overly proud of their intellect, or feel spiritually superior. Others think they’re not smart enough, or abdicate their mind. Some people lose…
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A New Economic Outlook

There is a lot of ancestral pain around what we call money. Throughout the ages, (and as it stands today), some people had money; most did not. It’s been associated with power and oppression; you could (and still can) buy and sell a person. Yet, money has no energy whatsoever. It’s neutral. It just is…
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Meditation

When you conquer your mind, you conquer the world. Meditation is not a belief system. It is not a distraction, an emotional state or a fantasy of astral travel. It is not reflection or dreaming. It does not belong to the spiritually gifted, to a region or a faith. It is “Open Source.” Meditation is…
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An Old Story With A New Twist

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The Essential “Four Things”

Always keep in mind these essential “Four Things” that will help guide you wherever you go: 1. You are not your problems. 2. Keep everything in perspective. 3. There is always a plan. 4. Show up and pay attention.

Cycles of Productivity

Initiative, Action, Resolution. All leaders benefit from knowing about these cycles of productivity. Watch Yogi Akal as he describes I.A.R. in this video. Length of video: 05:58 minutes

Five Leadership Styles to Avoid

1. I Give and I Give… And I Get Nothing Back:  The classic conflict between effort and results. It is called Co-Dependent Envisioning. This kind of leader serves the neurosis in themselves and others. In their world, reality is measured by victimization and blame throwing. 2. I Love You, I Hate You:  In this kind…
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The Third Option

Negative and positive never work. One follows the other. Negative begets positive, positive begets negative, etc.. Win some, lose some, win some, lose some. Fairness and equity, two sides of the same coin. The circle is never-ending, the loop lazily energizing itself. The solution here is to always seek out a third possibility: From negative…
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