What an auspicious day! I’m 31 years old on the 31st, with a blue moon shining tonight. In my quest for self-discovery and self-creation, I’m always scribbling pieces of advice to myself in the margins of notebooks and on sticky notes in my office. I try to integrate these learnings and apply them in my […]
. Here’s an interview with Jim and Michele McCarthy, authors of the book Software for Your Head: Core Protocols for Creating and Maintaining Shared Vision. If you’d like to meet the McCarthys and learn how to hack workplace culture, join us at the Culture Conference in Philly or Boston this September. For more on the […]
. Last week we posted an Intro to the Emerging Leader Labs, an initiative in upstate New York to demonstrate that worldchanging projects can get incubated and launched while being supported by a gift economy instead of typical startup capital. This week, a video has been prepared by Ben Brownell, one of the participants in […]
How do we form learning cultures in times of accelerating change?
What tools and practices can self-organizing structures implement to become more agile and adaptive?
. How long will Facebook be around? Is Facebook prepared to defend against clever new startups? Can Facebook successfully transition to mobile? How will Facebook cope with Augmented Reality? Open Foresight and The Future of Facebook team are pleased to announce the completion of the Future of Facebook interview and video series featuring the likes […]
. Here’s the latest episode of my EBD TV experiment, giving a first look at what’s up right now in Chatham at the Emerging Leader Labs incubator.
I’m in the process of reading The Four-Fold Way: Walking the Paths of the Warrior, the Teacher, Healer and Visionary, by Angeles Arrien, PhD. It explores paths to wholeness and empowerment from the perspectives of indigenous societies and shamanic traditions. In her research, Arrien discovered a pattern of human archetypes that are consistent across cultures, […]