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    Part 1: The Secret Life of a Sustainability Professional

    This is the first of 6 articles in a series.  Roger Atkinson and I met in Kansas City several years ago at a workshop put on by the owners of Cafe Gratitude — great friends of mine.  Roger sent me the following Facebook message after a previous blog, and (although fashionably late) I wanted to respond. *** Dear Roger, Thank you.  I agree — ...

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    Simran Sethi: How You Can Tell Stories That Matter

    Last week, I was fortunate to steal 20 minutes of Simran Sethi’s time.  She was kind enough to let me record our Skype conversation to share with those of you following this blog.  Seriously, I had to pinch myself because she’s an incredible voice for sustainability worldwide — and her message about story telling will impact the effect...

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  • Self-Hypnosis, Nudity, Courage & Cohousing
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    Self-Hypnosis, Nudity, Courage & Cohousing

    A funny thing happened last weekend.  I chose to view a frustrating road-block as an opportunity — and it paid dividends. Bob Doppelt‘s workshop at the Esalen Institute got cancelled due to low attendance.  I got 4 days notice.  Changing my flight would cost $150.  With the rental car, I would be eating another $80 (Hotwire – no retur...

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    Kevin Trudeau: How to Reprogram Your Eco-Mindset

    Are you burning out as an environmentalist — or burnt out? Do you argue about the environment more than you inspire people to action? Have you ever wondered why some people make it look so easy? I just pulled this clip from an incredible audio interview with Kevin Trudeau.  His message is timeless. No one likes to talk about the fact that your fam...

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  • Tony Robbins: (Eco) Intelligence is Measured in Distinctions