You were born with a neural and energetic endowment that gives you unlimited creative potential. We inherit a birthright of genius, but with rare exceptions, most of us are de-geniused. How do we get de-geniused? And what can we do to get re-geniused?

Business is poised to play the key role in this evolution that can heal our planet and provide greater prosperity, abundance, health, and happiness for millions of people who are suffering needlessly.

There is a creative force in the universe that we can all experience in our hearts and minds as a “grand wavelike vastness.” In creative endeavors we open ourselves to discover our harmony with “something greater” and, if we persevere, something true and beautiful just might emerge.

There has been a marked shift over the last several years with both investors and businesses increasingly developing a more holistic approach focused on both profit maximisation and having a positive social impact on various stakeholders including customers, suppliers, employees, and the overall environment.

Now more than ever, we need to integrate the technological and the human, the scientific and the artistic ways of making sense of our world. Here is a compelling case for why this integration is essential…

The Art of Comparative Appreciation by Michael J. Gelb

A simple secret for bringing more wonder, awareness, and enjoyment to your life.

Learning the art of comparative appreciation can help reinvigorate your senses, enhance your awareness and increase your pleasure in living.

Over the years I’ve spoken to 1000’s of people from all walks of life and many different professions. When hiring me as a keynote speaker I’m often asked…

Leaders who cultivate the “core competence” of relationship building will have an increasingly powerful competitive advantage. But, skills of listening and communicating seem to be declining rapidly as we are awash in a tsunami of spam, bloated by infobesity, and addicted to electronic substitutes for face-to-face communication.