Sarah Kay is wonderful in this TED talk from this year. She is emotionally intelligent, very bright and has a generous helping of what I would call “uncommon sense”. Grab a tea, a coffee or beverage of choice and prepare to be informed and entertained.
Being a native Calgarian, I have always liked that phrase. It speaks to perseverance, persistence and desire for movement forward. Fresh out of cataract surgery, I’m loving the clarity of these spring days and I seem to have a clarified vision of where I want to go and who I want to be. One part…
A powerful talk from Rebecca MacKinnon describing the struggle for frredom and control in cyberspace.
A short post about a personal experience with emotional intelligence as a child.
In 1990, in Vancouver, we made a documentary about our work with young people using substances. This was made through community television at Rogers. Randy Jones had a weekly community television show at the time, with Rogers, and he was our entry point to pitching this. We paid for the video tape, and did the…
Seven minutes well spent in this election season in Canada. A rational look at apathy, leadership and necessary change.
Here’s a post about Michael Eisner’s book, Camp. He credits much of his success in life to foundational lessons learned at camp.