Ari Wallach On Longpath – 3 Ways of Thinking That Can Change How We Approach the Most Challenging Issues of Our Times

Futurist Ari Wallach has identified what may be the fundamental problem we must solve before we can effectively address today’s enormous, civilizational-scale issues: Short-termism. He is certainly not the first person, or the only person, to write or speak about this fundamental problem. However, what gets my attention is his simple yet profound approach to…

Derek Sivers on “How To Start a Movement”

Derek Sivers has been an entrepreneur, a musician and producer, a book publisher, and much more. He is probably best known for being the founder and CEO of CDBaby, an online CD store for independent musicians. An incredibly creative and entertaining guy, he delivered a wonderfully quirky three-minute TED talk in 2010 on “How to…

Derek Sivers on “How To Start a Movement”

Derek Sivers has been an entrepreneur, a musician and producer, a book publisher, and much more. He is probably best known for being the founder and CEO of CDBaby, an online CD store for independent musicians. An incredibly creative and entertaining guy, he delivered a wonderfully quirky three-minute TED talk in 2010 on “How to…

Supporting Human Potential and Freedom in Business

Note: I wrote this article several weeks ago, knowing that I would still be teaching and speaking in Poland when it was to be published. In response to the recent U.S. election outcomes, the thoughts and feelings that I shared in last week's article feel even more urgent now than they did then. As my…

Liquid Lead – What a new evolution in ballroom dancing can teach us about shared leadership

Trevor Copp and Jeff Fox have had successful careers as competitive ballroom dancers and instructors. While dancing together for fun at parties, they started developing a “playing fair” method of sharing the lead. When dramaturge Lisa O’Connell saw them playfully yet elegantly trading the leader/follower roles back and forth within a single dance, her first…

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