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Wellness By Design Interview

by with Sarah Harris | on Block Talk Radio


Management versus Leadership

Management is for the easy decisions. Leadership is for the hard ones where there are often no clear directions, no way through the complexities without some damage, some losses, some undesireable outcomes. Optimism is the way to get through this hard stuff,...

Why psychology? Why specialize in Jung?

Just a few thoughts about my Master's degree and on specializing in  Jung: I have a degree in humanistic psychology from Saybrook University in San Francisco, the keepers of the humanistic psychology contributions. Saybrook was founded by Carl Rogers and Rollo May in...

Irish-American History as Soul Retrieval

In modern times, by definition, we emphasize progress and the future. The mindfulness movement is of course about the one eternal now. What, then, can the indigenous peoples of the world teach us with their emphasis on “the ancestors?” A whole lot and way more than we...

The Ethnic Imperative: All things Celtic and Irish

One thing important to know about me is that I am 3/4ths Irish. My eight great grandparents were Schuster, Reiter, McDonough and McMeel on my dad’s side and Healy, O’Brien, Quinn and Cunningham on my mom’s side. Like many a modern American, my ethnic past was not too...


Answering Your Call
"I have been on a tear reading everything I can on purpose and calling and I think your book is the one book everyone should read."

Julia Holloway
coach in the Boston area

I have answered my call and after 27 years since I first started work as a greenhorn MBA, and after some marvelous assignments with some great organisations and industries across the world and through times of amazing change... I'm happy to let you know that I've just registered my own company, Qua Aliter Associates, to pursue this.
I have read
Answering Your Call twice over already - really loved your style of writing and also the concepts that you bring to fore - I particularly enjoyed your elaboration on the doldrums, the evocateur, saboteur and provocateur!
I cannot tell you how much "Answering your Call" helped me in my transition - and I shall keep going back to it for more strength and insight, especially as I help others in answering their call.

Krishnan Iyler