Saving Us From Ourselves

I call it the short disease: short term investment return thinking; short-sighted views about the relationship between EQ (emotional intelligence) and mindfulness; short-sighted assumptions about employee consciousness and their performance; short attention spans for the link between conscious leadership and overall stock performance–all short-shrifting somebody in the business transaction equation because of it.  The short […]

It seems logical to point out that how we feel, what we say, and how we act are defined by a set of emotional, psychological, experiential, biological, and cognitive truths that informs how we behave in the world. It’s a good time to talk about this. We are not who we eat, so to speak. However, who we […]