Scotty and the 1300 Year Old Temple

Scotty and the 1300 Year Old Temple

Who’s the most important person on a ship? Peter Senge suggests it isn’t the captain but the person who designed the ship. His point being, in terms of organizational structures that govern how we relate, leaders who operate within a structure are less important than...
ONExONE Fall Edition

ONExONE Fall Edition

Sept 19, 2014. 7:00 pm. @ 1810 Pine Street, Vancouver. Inquiry. Connection. Beauty. Possibility. In the city.  Show & Tell for grown ups. Three six minute talks. Conversations to follow. Videos of past presentations here. Kevin Lee Royes: Kevin’s new...
Explore everything, it’s all connected.

Explore everything, it’s all connected.

“Stop being a tourist,” implores Thomas Ricker at The Verge. The article is a bit of a chuckle, if not a tad bombastic. But it does get around to a critical distinction, an observed life is not the same as an examined life. “Be an explorer. The cause...
Anxiety Factories and a Useful Un-usefulness

Anxiety Factories and a Useful Un-usefulness

As previously mentioned artists have “a tenacious capacity to insist on being human.”  If organizations, even organization arrayed around social entrepreneurship and conscious capital, really want to help create the world we all want, they had better start taking to...
Jean Vanier on Being Human

Jean Vanier on Being Human

A friend of mine invited me to spend some time filming Jean Vanier at the L’Arche community north of Paris. It was like being with Gandalf; Vanier was tall and white of beard, he made tea for us, he was gentle and wise and, with an awe inspiring...