“E Pluribus Unum” – Out of Many, One

The Latin phrase E pluribus Unum, literally translated as “Out of many, one,” was the original motto of the United States, adopted by an Act of Congress in 1782. The motto refers to the emergence of a single nation out of the union of the 13 original colonies, and is emblazoned across the Great Seal…

Four Keys for Navigating Transition, Change, and Uncertainty

It seems that everywhere I turn recently, people are in some kind of transition. Uncertainty is in the air. For many, the "unknown" is looming large, whether on a personal, professional, or societal level. Some people describe this time as a waiting period, although they may not actually be sure what they are waiting for.…

The Power of the Space in Between

One of the three fundamental principles upon which Transformational Presence is based is, “The world is a matrix of relationships.” Everything is connected to everything else. The idea behind the concept “six degrees of separation” is that nothing in the world is separated from something else by more than six connecting points in between. The…

Seeking and Finding Fulfillment – It Starts in the Heart

One of the many blessings of my work is meeting so many incredible people from different countries who are committed to making a difference in the world. As I write, I’m beginning the last week of a three-week teaching trip in the Netherlands and Poland. Although the trip includes five different multi-day courses and programs…

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