Your Soul Food for Friday August 14, 2020: How NOT To Go Extinct and How To Navigate This Next Normal

Happy Soul Food Friday!
This week:

How NOT To Go Extinct: (5 minute deeply thought provoking vid)

Ready for a new response to new conditions?
“Rivalrous dynamics multiplied by exponential tech self-terminate.
Exponential tech is inexorable. We cannot put it away.
So we either figure out anti-rivalry or we go extinct – the human experiment comes to a completion.”
~ Daniel Schmachtenberger

Did That Get Your Attention?
Guess We Better Start Working on Ourselves and a New Framework!
Recognizing that we will likely be in this, “next normal” for the long haul, with a little help from my dear friends that are conscious leaders, whose work I know and love and learn from every time I am with them, I intend to provide virtual learning and connection opportunities for self-care and helping us care for one another every few weeks. I am intentionally picking stellar humans that “walk the talk” and are “others-focused” in their work and life purpose with specializations from fostering authentic connection, to resilience, to bringing love into our workplaces and lives, to navigating the most trying of times and more… Here are two upcoming webinars that might help us stay grounded, in the positive, and as a result help us show up with our best selves at home, in our world of work, and in our extended communities. Note: As Zoom limits participation, please sign up if they resonate…  

From Grief to Grace: Transforming Grief to Grace- Leading Consciously in a Disrupted Space with Dr. Alan Daly Join our Fee Live Zoom Learning Session on August 18, 8:30 to 10am PDT, but “Must Be Present To Win”


Reboot Your PC (Post Covid-19) Interactions with Dr. Mehrad Nazari Make the Shift from Conflict Resolution to Conflict Prevention and Keep the Change for Good.   An Invitation Only Virtual Experience and Training– September 1st 2020 at Noon PDT

To register for Reboot Your PC: (click link below or copy/paste link into your browser )  

<Click HERE to register for this free webinar, happening next week!>

“”But try,” you urge, “the trying shall suffice; The aim, if reached or not, makes great the life: Try to be Shakespeare, leave the rest to fate!””

– Robert Browning (1812 – 1889)
English poet and playwright

Thanks this week go to  Eric K, Alan D, Mehrad N & Larry H.
Stay in the positive and pay it forward.

“Challenging the meaning of life is the truest expression of the state of being human.” 
– Victor Frankl

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