Formula for Wayfinding?

In early March, I co-presented a workshop called Intuitive Wayfinding as a Mode of Knowing at a tech company in NYC. The room was full of software engineers who were

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Recognition and Embarrassment

I was planning to write a love-infused February newsletter along the lines of Love in Time of Neuroscience, but then I saw this article on E! Online, and I knew

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Career Lessons from Marie Kondo

If you are still uninitiated to KonMari system, you have been missing out on a huge cultural trend. Marie Kondo, a Japanese organizing consultant, started a massive movement of de-cluttering

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Your Greatest Source of Power in 2019

A year ago, we discussed what 2018 will bring (or how to be your own psychic). So, how has 2018 been for you? What were some of the most joyful

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Nothing Is Wrong, But…

“Nothing is wrong, but I just don’t feel right.” This is the way clients often describe their situation when we first meet. Everything is more or less ok for them,

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Are You an Experience Junkie?

I would like to share a personal news with you that has been in the making (read: on my mind) for 20 years. As of this fall, I am a

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Is Space Boring?

When was the last time you exclaimed a genuine, happy “Wow!”? This is not a rhetorical question. Actually consider: when was the last time you said “wow!”? We crave to

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Stories We Tell

How did the summer go for you? It is difficult to answer this question meaningfully without both describing what happened– the trips, the projects, the get-togethers, the drinks, the wins,

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What It Really Takes

I know something important about you, something that you have in common with every leader, high-level expert, every friend, and parent. You are a Wayfinder.  You may argue that what

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Why You Need a Drum Set

When our oldest son was a toddler, and grandparents asked whether we would like to get a mini drum set for him, we replied: “Yes, but only if we can

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