Short of a Biblical Miracle, I cannot imagine one human being having a deeper impact on an audience of 3,000 ... than you had at this year's event. - Rich Simon, Psychotherapy Networker Symposium
Half A Shade Braver: The Foundations of Conversational Leadership
We commit to others and to a direction we wish to take most effectively through making three invitations: firstly, by identifying the horizon to which we wish to go, secondly, by articulating the ground on which we now stand and lastly, by asking others to join us in the endeavor of getting from here to there. David looks at seven crucial thresholds that deepen conversations and shape a more conversational, invitational identity.
What to Remember When Waking: Disciplines that Transform Everyday Life
Most of us have talents and qualities that live in isolation from the world, never finding a proper outlet or focus. This can lead to a sense of aimless, endless adaptation, rather than a growing feeling of belonging and generosity. There are ways to build this sense of belonging - disciplines that develop real maturity in a human being. These disciplines make us larger and more generous, allowing us to create an identity robust enough to meet life’s gifts and demands.
A Timeless Way: The Art and Practice of Creating a More Beautiful Mind
The world exists independent of human thought, but it is seen through the lenses of the mind, and how much stress or unhappiness we undergo can depend on the qualities of perception that we cultivate. One of the most important qualities is to develop an imagination that relies less on engaging the will to think up new things and more on approaching the world with a rested, alert intelligence - one with the courage to simplify, to act and above all, to have a life worth living at the centre of our endeavors.