Connecting With the Source Within

The classical music world lost a bright light on the night of March 1st. Joe Flummerfelt was a renowned choral conductor, teacher, and consummate artist. Leonard Bernstein called him the greatest choral conductor in the world. In his obituary, the New York Times named him the pre-eminent American choral conductor of his generation. For me,…

Stepping Up and Stepping Out

One of the many gifts of my travel and work is getting to witness the creative human spirit in a multitude of expressions. I’m now in Europe for 3 ½ weeks, teaching in the Netherlands and Poland. We just completed the Transformational Presence Leadership in Action course (TPLA) in Poland. There were 21 of us…

Re-Sourcing Self: An Essential Practice for Challenging Times

Wherever I go in my travels these days and with whomever I speak, I sense a heightened concern and attention for what is going on in our countries and in our world. Some people are hopeful; others are on the edge of despair. Some express deep sadness; others, anger. Some are trapped in fear; others…

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…

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