by Wilde Grace, Pathwise Contributor Have you ever held a dragonfly in your hand? I held this amazing creature (pictured above) and felt her breath, her heartbeat, the heat of lifeblood pulsing with mine. I picked her up off the sidewalk where she lay wounded and tried to set her on a fern where she could … Continue reading To Connect With a Dying Dragonfly
Tell me what does it mean to Be Brave?
by Endre Voros, Pathwise Instructor Metanoia is an old Greek word, meaning “a transformative change of heart” or “a change in one’s way of life.” Metanoia implies reformation or atonement. While there are religious definitions for these terms, let’s stay with the psychological. Atonement simply means forgiveness, namely, the self-forgiveness necessary for any positive change. … Continue reading Metanoia – Understanding The Self, Transforming The Self
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Perhaps disorientation is the first step towards Innovation. But what could the second hurdle be? I think that, in general, we are too impatient, too focused on getting to what we think is the goal. This approach often gets in the way of the creative process and it also often leads us towards missing the mark when exploring the potential of an idea or product.
For years, I’ve loved photography, but I never really knew why. I’d go to great lengths and expense to research and purchase equipment. I’d drive or travel hundreds of miles to photograph a scene I could view from a book....
Today I woke up to another slew of blogs in my Medium queue about: Product Management UX design, Lean ways of building products etc. The blogs were not bad but they were all centered around hard skills and very few (if any) were about soft skills. Yet the most successful products became successful because leaders on those teams were masters of communication and leadership (at least that is the word on the street).