By Jonathon Flaum
Published Oct. 8, 2008 - "To find our howl we have to pay a price… This process may feel like a death and may at its most intense terrify us and at its least unsettle us. This is the price of finding our howl, our own one of a kind authentic voice, and there is no way around it… The only way out of our self-erected prison is to go through it completely. There is no quick escape, every s
By Paul B. Carroll and Chunka Mui
Published Oct. 8, 2008 - "Herodotus, the Greek historian, reported that the ancient Persians always made important decisions twice—first when they were drunk, and then again when they were sober. Only if the Persians reached the same decision, drunk and sober, would they act on that decision.
In addition to using what might be called a second-chance meeting to review im
By Diana McLain Smith
Published Oct. 8, 2008 - "At least as far back as Agamemnon and Achilles on the beaches of Troy, relationships have had the power to create or to destroy enormous amounts of capital—human, social, intellectual, and economic. Yet few among us can say anything even remotely systematic about how relationships work, develop, or change.
If relationships can have such a decisi
By Alan Parr & Karen Ansbaugh
Published Oct. 8, 2008 - "Side One
1. I Me Mine (Harrison)
2. I Am The Walrus (Lennon-McCartney)
3. Don’t Let Me Down (Lennon-McCartney)
4. The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill (Lennon-McCartney)
5. Your Mother Should Know (Lennon-McCartney)
6. She Came In Through the Bathroom Window (Lennon-McCartney)
7. The Long
By Don Berg
Published Oct. 8, 2008 - "We are losing the potential for entrepreneurial, vocational, and artistic genius in children and teachers around the world because the majority of schools navigate by academics alone. Academic schooling facilitates only a partial liberation of the human spirit. We have liberated some people, in some places, in some ways by making due with the limited academ
By Frances Cole Jones
Published Oct. 8, 2008 - "Despite a pervasive idea that some people are born with a 'gift' for public speaking—and that this gift is the reason they excel when presenting themselves—my experience has proven this isn’t so. I believe that everyone can be a great speaker, and this includes you.
So what’s the disconnect? Why do so many people feel they don’t h