15Jul/16

Truth is Truth

When you hear truth, whether it’s from a 6-year-old or an 80-year-old, you recognize it. I love how she uses the concepts of “high, low and middle” to explain what she’s feeling.Read More…

24Jun/16

Video: Purposeful Minimalism

I am not as far along as these folks, but I do practice my own form of minimalism because I do find that it keeps me organized and allows my brain toRead More…

20Jun/16

Flamethrower: Laird Hamilton

Laird Hamilton might not know it, but he’s one of my mentors. I always love reading what he’s up to, and his book FORCE OF NATURE is on my coffee table and is oneRead More…

20May/16

Flamethrower Interview: Kalika Yap, Serial Entrepreneur

Flamethrower Interview: Kalika Yap, Serial Entrepreneur Kalika Yap is not just a serial entrepreneur, with businesses that cross industries and platforms, she’s also a natural mentor who loves to share the wealthRead More…

18May/16

Philosophy: Creative Work Space

As someone who does a lot of writing – blog posts, songs, poems, speeches, workshops, fiction – I have found that one thing that has really “upped” my creativity game is toRead More…

22Apr/16

Flamethrower: Prince

Thank you for sharing your unique light with us. Only you could make an environmental and civil rights call to action into a jazz tune. Who else can get the word “ozone”Read More…

18Apr/16

How Hiking Changes the Brain

Thanks for sharing Amber! http://www.collective-evolution.com/2016/04/08/doctors-explain-how-hiking-actually-changes-our-brains/

10Jan/16

Video: Why I want you to be a spark in the world!

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16Nov/15

Book Review: Looking Backward by Edward Bellamy

I first read Looking Backward (LB) over 20-years ago, and it was so inspiring to me that I’ve never forgotten it.  That’s the power of great ideas: they never die. I wouldRead More…

01Oct/15

Turn your complaint list into your gratitude list

I can’t take credit for this image, and I wish I knew where it came from, but it illustrates a great point. This is how easy it can be to do yourRead More…