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Our Outer World is a Reflection of Our Inner World

I’m a huge proponent of developing a high level of self-awareness. However, it can be a long, difficult, and painful journey. Depending on where we currently stand on the path of self-awareness, it can be difficult to know where and how to get started. 311 more words


Dear Other

Allow me this

privilege: to hate you—for centipedes

to trickle

up my spine

when I hear your name’s syllables


in my stomach like

boulders falling… 101 more words


Shouldn't we go for driverless or nothing?

On may 7th, in Williston, Florida, the first known fatality involving auto-pilot on a Tesla model S.

The auto pilot software “tuned out what looked like an overhead road sign to avoid false braking events.” Only in this particular case, it was not an overhead sign, it was a tractor trailer. 492 more words


#Nudgestock 2016: Part II, Creativity

This is my second post on the Nudgestock festival of behavioural economics which I attended last week. This post will focus on the two speakers who addressed creativity; the last two were more about core behavioural economics and the next post will focus on the scientists who addressed the conference. 936 more words

Risk Perception


Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender. At first I viewed LGBT as one big group, but a friend of mine gave me a new perspective toward ‘LGBT’. 967 more words


Micah 4: Restoration of the People

Micah 4: Restoration of the People

Friday, June 17, 2016

Here again is the image of the shepherd brought to us by the prophet Micah. 149 more words


Boomers or Millennials - Who is More Intolerant?

I gave a talk yesterday to an HR group on how to recruit and retain our multigenerational workforce. The purpose is to bring awareness of our differences and events that have shaped us and influence how we view situations and our approaches to life. 427 more words

Career Management