Corporations, non-profits, businesses and start-ups share a success model based on achievements. Each organization has its unique thumbprint written into a mandate or mission statement. Most have these posted on their websites as hallmarks of thoughtful, good business practice. Attention is being paid to the 'why' a company exists and typically in the case of… Continue reading Success and Value, An Equation
On my early morning walk today I listened to the SuperSoul Conversation Podcast in which Oprah and Agape International Spiritual Center Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith explore manisfesting the life of your dreams. This is such a popular topic now as new age and spiritual awakening guides determine that if we can just get out of… Continue reading Letting Go, with Oprah, Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith & Tomato Soup
Promises are sweet. As I have grown I have learned to be more judicious with the promises I dole out. Living has shown that promises aren't to be given out on whims and fancies. A true promise is heartfully rendered. A thoughtful quiet proclamation that connects us deeply with each other. And because I now… Continue reading The Promise
November through to February my studio is opening spaces for private creative conversations! If you are beginning a musical work, in the middle of a story, not sure how to end a script, or are looking for some guidance with your artistic work in progress, there is nothing like a 'comrade in arms' to champion… Continue reading Private Studio Expansion!
Home grown superheroes are those whose actions improve the life of one person, the community, the world. While not likely hit by lightening, bitten by a spider or hurled to earth from a far distant galaxy, the home grown superhero has some other motivation to act with consideration of others. They inspire, nurture and build… Continue reading SUPERHERO PROJECT!
Considered the founder of scientific computing, Ada Lovelace continues to inspire through what I refer to as her 'poetry of numbers'. The daughter of the famously troubled poet Lord Byron and mathematics loving Annabella Milbanke, Ada was raised with a strict sciences and math only education. Annabella separated from Lord Byron shortly after Ada was… Continue reading Finding ADA in the Rockies!
I was recently engaged by a private client who we'll call 'Jan'. (Jana is the Goddess of Perception. Jana’s totem is the peacock, and it is said that the eyes on the peacock’s tail are Jana’s, which are like mirrors that intuit to you the right path to take...) Any-who... Jan wants assistance with 'finding her… Continue reading In the Eye of the Beholder