Archive for category: Society

Lest We Forget!

Our foundation was built by others… It is easy to forget that two world wars were fought in the 20th century. As a child of parents whose lives were altered by both of those wars, I have benefited with an education, the right to vote, freedom of speech and the...

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Vile Weak Male Sexual Predators Make Me Sick!!!

As I read about the Harvey Weinstein’s and Bill Cosby’s of the world I truly feel sick, it is a tangible feeling in my stomach I want to vomit. I am angry these men who thought it was ok that their fame and power was an opportunity to abuse...

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Who Challenges You?

In my blog Creative Tension I discussed how dynamic creative tension is necessary for creating the life you want. I told you that one of the best ways to generate that tension is having people in your life, who will challenge you, respect. The path to success and self-awareness...

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Live & Online Training

Humans have in transferring knowledge to each other since the beginning of time, it’s has allowed us to grow and develop our society, knowledge and technology. From sharing knowledge face-to-face, to the development of a designated teacher or wise person. When society grew the next development was a classroom...

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Creative Tension

One of the amazing things about being human is our imperfection and our constant struggle to overcome our imperfections. The past often limits or defines who we are, until we face it, let go and start to create the life we want. This is what makes us perfectly human....

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Mind Reading

Mind Reading & Other Delusions… It is easy to become self-centered and delusional in our modern world, the incessant flood of fake news, bad news never lets up. When using computers, smart phones and text we are led to believe that we are the center of the universe, while...

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I am passionately dedicated to helping individuals express themselves naturally, and to
develop their authentic leadership as a source of power. Geoffrey X. Lane

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