By jcoyne on July 12, 2012
Jim talks on the book tour, reads an excerpt of Wild Harmony and discusses with Kevin and Nate a series of systems thinking that could further define Wild Harmony. Where can podcasts and conversations take us in these coming years when ideas are many and actionable plans are few? Reminder: Sunday, December 16th at Presque […]
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By jcoyne on May 28, 2012
Jim and Tom sit down for a conversation with Patrick, the creative consultant for the naming of this website.
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By jcoyne on May 15, 2012
Jim, Tom, and Richard conclude their conversation on the paradigm of success. Tensions rise on concepts of “the right way” or framing paths and who or what influences direction in life. What is the system we live in and whereabouts are the flaws (no flaws)? Or do we simply need small changes, small moves?
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