Tag Archive: great leaders

Apr 18

My Dad

Dad & his Mom, 1 year old

I am incredibly lucky to have parents who I love tremendously and who have been very good to me–always.  Thank you Mom and Dad. I have tried to express my gratitude to you in person and with others, but have not really taken the time to write it down at length or share publically, so …

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Oct 07

Thank You Steve Jobs

I didn’t want to do this – write about Steve Jobs like everyone else.  It somehow feels wrong that I did not take time to say this before.  But his passing was so early and his effect on my world was great, and not just because I use a Mac or iPOD.  And so I …

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Aug 18

Different… Wisdom and Knowledge?

Born 658, lived 75 years. Image from Wikipedia

“Wisdom and Knowledge are not the same thing.  The intellect can never lead one to a complete insight.  One has to use one’s entire being to come into contact with the truth.” Huineng, Zen monastic who is one of the most important figures in all Chinese Zen tradition.

Apr 19

More on “Bringing Your Whole Self to Work”

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“Work is Love made visible” — Kahlil Gibran With these opening words from Tami Simon, the tele-workshop on conscious workplace launched with a bang and a grounding.  Tami is the founder, leader, and voice of Sounds True – a publishing company with a focus on mindfulness and known round the world.  The workshop was hosted by …

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Feb 10

How to Bring Your Whole Self to Work: Respect & Trust

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Having experienced his engaging and powerful management style, I recently asked Donald (Dee) Wilson, Vice President at Measured Progress and iBeam Services, to speak with me about Open Hearted Works. I opened our discussion by sharing the purpose of this blog—that it endeavors to create insight and community around being Open Hearted in the workplace, …

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