Category Archives: Transformation

How you do one thing is how you do everything

The other day I happened to read a blog post on fractals and human behavior, one that includes this provocative title line — a line that seems at first glance too simple for the complexity of our lives but also somehow holds an intuitive truth. Our self-awareness is built on a sense that we are […]

Transactional Work and Adopted Passivity

The notion that work relationships can be either transactional or transformational has been around for a long time. Transactional work relationships are relationships where the focus is on the trade of time, effort, or results for money. Work is a contract and the terms are primarily about the tasks and the rewards. Transformational work relationships, […]

What If

What if at the center of the labyrinth you found only a little boy, frightened, frail as a moth’s wing? How could such a creature survive the world’s crude play, the knife in the eye of the stranger? No one knows how hard the casing of a seed or the true meaning of of a […]

Three Spirits

I used to muse with my friend Tom Furness, founder of the Human Interface Technology Lab, about an imaginary Virtual Reality app. The idea would be to put on a VR helmet to participate a journey of spiritual awakening. My thoughts never went very far with this idea, except to hold some vague imagery: immersion […]