Through my education I’d become a trusted source of specialized knowledge. But how could I become the kind of leader who is surrounded with people like me?
At the University of Washington Press Blog, author and Pacific Northwest environmentalist Kathleen Alcalá shares tips for making everyday life less wasteful and more community-minded.
“He kept to himself during the pre-game jostling and joking, doing his stretches and running silently, eyes fixed in the grass or in the darkening skies of the summer evening. He had a sense about him of ascetic dedication to his craft. He prepared for each game as a priest might prepare for mass.”
One of the web’s most successful food bloggers talks about her writing voice, holiday cooking, and more.
Someone concentrates on being smart, while another concentrates on being dumb. Arriving at the point of being very smart, you want to be simpler. Fighting to be smarter, you accuse others of being stupid. But smart and stupid are two sides of one coin. The smart one is the one who knows. The stupid one […]
Alternative: Working with Healing Intelligence (HI) of a client himself. In Non Ordinary States of Consciousness NOSC you mobilize this Healing Intelligence. Healing Intelligence itself finds the area(s) of the psyche that has the strongest emotional charge (energy potential) that is also available at the time for processing and in NOSC that would be the […]
“[D]on’t do it without a plan. Because the very last thing a tense situation needs is someone full of good intentions but with no knowledge of de-escalation tactics or self-defense.” Ideas for moving beyond symbolism to activism in the wake of the US presidential election.