Imagine being as conscious and informed about where your information comes from as you are about the produce you buy. Whether you lean to the left or the right, or have any other ideological leanings or biases, you might want to be a bit more selective in what you take in as truth or fact.
Author Archive | John Renesch
The traits of the feminine are sorely needed now more than ever to bring us back to some semblance of wholeness and sustainability. Balancing the economic system is essential to sustaining human life on this planet!
Reasonableness is literally killing us. We are allowing things to go unchecked, uncorrected and unchallenged because we refuse to get unreasonable in our demands for a fully functional, peaceful and sustainable society.
The leverage value of focusing on context has been known for ages, “hiding in plain sight” so to speak.
Last time I saw a statistic, around 85% of those who authorized the billions of dollars spent on change programs each year in U.S. corporations were dissatisfied with the outcomes! So why do organizations and people in them continue trying the latest fad for making improvements when there is such a high dissatisfaction rate? There […]
Join me in ending the cycles of incivility, negativity, disrespect and sarcasm. Take a stand by refusing to engage in conversations or email exchanges that perpetuate these cycles that take us all down to lower and lower levels of human relationship.
There are many moments when I find myself wrapped up in endless internal chatter in my head and suddenly realize I am entranced with my own thinking. My unobserved mind or ego has been running amuck and I wasn’t even aware of it!
The more self-actualized people become, the more we’ll need self-realized leaders who demonstrate mastery at serving some higher purpose and choosing right action. The leaders we need now will attract, not push.
What about vision, conscience, and the social contract that so often resided in the founders’ original intention? These “softer” subjects make up a covenant — what could be called the “corporate soul.”
We are presently in the midst of a major paradigm shift in the way we human beings think, the way we think about each other and our world, the way we experience reality. Not what we think about but how we think.