Use Your Head, Listen to Your Heart, Follow Your Gut

Use Your Head, Listen to Your Heart, Follow Your Gut

Back in the 1990s, when President George H.W. Bush declared the decade of the brain, neuroscience began its in-depth study of the brain. The fascination with the triple brain appeared, featuring the “reptilian brain” (brain stem of vital functions), the “mammalian...
Innovation, Imagination, and Curiosity

Innovation, Imagination, and Curiosity

Children have incredible imagination in their play and fantasies; they can build magical things, play their own kinds of games, or imagine being grown up like mom and dad, and recount outlandish stories. These might account for the many fictitious novels authors...
The Starting Point of Innovation

The Starting Point of Innovation

Where would a person start when it comes to innovation?  What would be the launching point of such an endeavor?  Just about everyone wants to make changes in one’s life, whether it be at home with relationships or physical circumstances or at work with challenges that...
A thought about the culture of simple innovation

A thought about the culture of simple innovation

Most of us at one time might have worked in an organization that muddled along on “status quo” – it’s the same pace and rhythm day after day, a constant input and output. In such consistent organizations, there seem to be the monotony of blind spots; no one has a...
Alone Together: How to draw on the power of common experience

Alone Together: How to draw on the power of common experience

Expertise is powerful and many of us consider ourselves as experts in one field or another. Many of us would agree that there’s a big difference between how experts think and the rest of us think. After years of study and research, professionals have a grasp of their...
Covid-19 and Our Explosive Empathy

Covid-19 and Our Explosive Empathy

There has undoubtedly never been a time in our memorable history that we have witnessed an outburst of empathy as during the short time of this coronavirus epidemic. It has only been since this past February/March till April, 2020, a seemingly endless three months,...
The New Normal After Coronavirus Will Be New Habits

The New Normal After Coronavirus Will Be New Habits

Most leaders in our struggle with Covid-19 believe that once our country opens up for business after the present “Stay home/Stay safe”, we will recognize that there will be a “new normal” to which we will have to adjust. It’s amazing that this year, there have been...
Covid-19, Grief, and Meaning

Covid-19, Grief, and Meaning

As we move through the dangers of the coronavirus epidemic, human impatience is resisting the seemingly endless shut down of businesses and freedom of movement. We think and feel the pain of the restrictions of stay-at-home while wondering how long this will last....
Rituals Can Help Us Through The Coronavirus

Rituals Can Help Us Through The Coronavirus

There is no doubt that many households have been thrown into various degrees of chaos because of the present pandemic that has afflicted our society. Covid-19 is not just any old disease like the flu or cold. We all know what having the flu or just a common cold is –...
Social Distancing But Still In Contact

Social Distancing But Still In Contact

From almost the day we were born, our source of contact with mother and caregivers is touch and eye contact. Touch, of course, is total body sensation, while eye contact is focus for which newborns need a couple of weeks to develop. A newborn has very small pupils to...

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