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Let Go and Appreciate: Lynne Twist on Money, Scarcity, and Sufficiency

Money doesn't have soul. It is innocent, just like water. But we can imbue it with soul, with commitment, with vision, and send it into the world in a way that does good and

“How Am I Using the Financial Resources That I Have?”: A Conversation About Money and Purpose with Lynne Twist

When you look at your checkbook and your credit card bill through the lens of Am I spending some of my money out

“The Way That You Treat Your People…Really Matters”

Looking at your intention, what you really are wanting to accomplish for the world—not for yourself but for the world—will give you the satisfaction, the energy, the vitality, the life force to do it brilliantly and well.

“All Emotions Have Their Value”: 5 Questions With Marc Brackett

Emotion Revolution is an initiative to shift the mindset of the the nation around the value and importance of emotions.

How to Cultivate Leadership Presence

Control is one of humankind’s greatest illusions. Let’s face it—even with all the information available and expansive educational preparation—unexpected events often

What Does Authentic Leadership Require? Self-Awareness (and More)

Establishing and maintaining a well-developed awareness

5 Mindful Questions with Carin Winter

Carin Winter is the founder and chief executive officer of Mission Be who has successfully led the Mission Be Mindful Education Program into

1440 Faculty Focus: Getting to Know David Krueger

Dr. Krueger, who was listed in The Best Doctors in America annually from 1996‰ to 2002, practiced and taught psychiatry and psychoanalysis, and was clinical professor of psychiatry at Baylor College of Medicine.

1440 Faculty Focus: Getting to Know Judith E. Glaser

Judith E. Glaser is the best-selling author of seven business books, including Conversational Intelligence. She is a pioneering and innovative change agent, consultant,

The Inside-Out Leader

Instead of the usual top-down way of leading, says author Michael Carroll, the best leaders work from the inside out, opening themselves