How Do You See Yourself?

I’m fascinated by the way this brief video illuminates how profound the difference can be between how we see ourselves and how others see us. It dramatically depicts how sometimes others see us more accurately or in more kindly ways than we see ourselves (and sometimes, of course, the reverse). After you view the video, I invite you to also …

Radio Interview – MacroMentoring™: Harnessing the Power of Big Picture Thinking

Information on Dr. Gruder’s Interview on the “Wealth Solutions for the 99%” Radio Show Click on link further below to listen to the recording. Topic “MacroMentoring™: Harnessing the Power of Big Picture Thinking” Description Are you a visionary with the Next Big Idea but just can’t seem to get your venture off the ground? Whether you’re an entrepreneur, businessperson or nonprofit founder, you’ve …

ACEP Conference Up to $100 Off Until April 1st!

Are you a mental health professional, educator, coach, or allied helping professional? Then make a point of attending ACEP’s upcoming 15th Annual International Energy Psychology Conference at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Reston, VA, where I’ll be presenting a one-day in-depth workshop and a two-hour mini-workshop. Please read the following information now because you only have until April 1, 2013, …

Immigration Reform and Collaborative Culture Architecture

Here’s an example of what I believe is a key element in restoring functional problem-solving to governance: a coalition that crosses the too-common political and professional boundaries and pools their collective wisdom to co-create a sustainable integrated solution to a thorny challenge. A diverse group has come together to pool their seemingly divergent perspectives to generate a solution to immigration …

Why Judge Did Right Thing by Invalidating NYC Ban on Selling Super-Sized Sodas

If you’ve not yet heard, on March 11, 2013, New York State Supreme Court Justice Milton A. Tingling, Jr., invalidated the new ban on selling super-sized sodas that was to go into effect in New York City on March 12, 2013. If you’ve been following my work you know that I give keynotes and media interviews on how to reclaim our …

Self-Sabotage: How to Overcome It & Restore Meaning, Passion & Integrity

Click the photo to read this excellent post by Robert Plank via Pinterest. Source: robertplank.com via David on Pinterest

March 2013 CEO Space Forum – What I’ll Do For You

Here is a list of the value I’ll be providing during the March 2013 CEO Space Forum. (If you’re an entrepreneur, business owner, or nonprofit director, but aren’t yet a CEO Space member, take a look at what you’re missing!) To set a time for an individual consultation during the Forum, click on the link at the end of the second bullet in …

Don’t Like How You’re Being Treated?

Buckle your seatbelt because my answer might disturb you. We’re treated how we’re treated because we have taught people that this is what we tolerate. We teach people to treat us the ways we’re treated because this is how we have learned to treat ourselves. We treat ourselves the way we treat ourselves because doing this is the way we …

Super-Early Bird Discount for ACEP 2013 Conference

Are you a mental health professional, educator, coach, or allied helping professional? Then make a point of attending ACEP’s upcoming 15th Annual International Energy Psychology Conference at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Reston, VA, where I’ll be presenting a one-day in-depth workshop and a two-hour mini-workshop. Please read the following information now because super-early-bird pricing ends on February 11 and …

Insane Beliefs About Money, Happiness & Integrity

As I see it, we’ve got two main camps today regarding people’s attitudes about money: The vulture profits and indulgence-oriented consumerism camp The anti-profit and anti-affluence camp From my perspective, the first camp is convinced that creating profits requires sacrificing happiness, personal integrity and social responsibility, whereas the second camp is convinced that creating happiness, integrity and social responsibility requires …