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    Landmark Graduate Uses Distinctions for Advocates

    Sustainability guru, Adam Hammes, was interviewed on how the distinctions from programs led by Landmark Worldwide have shaped his advocacy and projects.  The interviewer is Mike George, who is co-owner of Cafe Gratitude in Kansas City and a student of transformation.  Mike has taken the Forum, the Advanced Course, the Self-Expression and Leadership Prog...

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    I Failed as a Professor, And It Was Powerful

    If you’re like me — a recovering perfectionist — you might be able to relate to this story. Sustainability for Business Students When I moved to Des Moines in 2007, I taught leadership courses for William Penn’s College for Working Adults – AA, BA and MBL students.  And, as manager of sustainability at Kum & Go, I spoke...

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  • Shadow Work, Brain Damage, Anger & Forgiveness
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    Shadow Work, Brain Damage, Anger & Forgiveness

    When I was 3 or 4 years old I started to realize that my brother was different… and always would be. I can’t really describe how it felt at first, because I had to piece the whole story together over a few years of my childhood. But I can tell you how it impacted my life… and kept me from being an effective champion for the environment &#...

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    How “Complete Streets” Benefit Your Travel Plans

    This article is the fourth in a series of guest posts leading up to #CarLessWeek from July 13-17, 2015.  It is full of ideas for anyone frustrated with a slow, stop-and-go commute every day… or just wanting to lessen their impact while increasing their happiness.  Specific resources are listed for residents of Greater Des Moines, but similar reso...

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  • How to Car-Share Cheaper and Faster in the City
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    How to Car-Share Cheaper and Faster in the City

    This article is the third in a series of guest posts leading up to #CarLessWeek from July 13-17, 2015 (Join us on Facebook today).  It is full of ideas for anyone frustrated with a slow, stop-and-go commute every day… or just wanting to lessen their impact while increasing their happiness.  Specific resources are listed for residents of Greater ...

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