The Crisis In American Science – An Invitation

I invite you to join the Phoenix Chapter of the World Future Society on April 19th, 2016 to listen to our guest speaker Dan Sarewitz, co-director of the Consortium for Science Policy and Outcomes at Arizona State University. Dan Sarewitz will be speaking about The Crisis in American Science Mr. Sarewitz’s work is focused on revealing the connections between…

Obvious, Not Obvious

Innovation and transformation across almost everything we know, fills the future landscape with exceptional opportunity as well as some tough challenges. While our eyes are fully focused on forward progress, I am reminded that there can be great value found in lessons from the past. This lesson is found in an unlikely example: not everything is at…

12 Habits To Help Stay Calm, Move On and Thrive.

A few short months ago, I was experiencing some significant changes in my life. I was no longer with the company where I spent the last 25+ years of my life. While that transition was happening, my oldest daughter was starting college. Our paths were changing in significant ways and although I wasn’t sure what…

So you want to be successful? Then you’d better QUIT!

So you want your career trajectory to progress at an incline? Do you want to lead those great assignments that will sustain your expected level of success? Great…I suggest you quit… Quit trying to solve the problem or seize opportunities alone. You are sharp; always on top of your game and so very effective.  Guess what…you…

Unexpected Inspiration…pass it on!

“The machine itself makes no demands and holds out no promises. It is the human spirit that makes demands and keeps promises.” Lewis Mumford – Architect. “Red” Burns was the co-founder and chair of the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.  I found about her via…