Personal development has long been a passion of mine. I’ve participated in countless courses, including Vipassana mediation, Landmark Education, and PSI Seminars, to name a few. I’ve always been fascinated by humanity’s attempts to unleash our untapped potential — the four-minute mile, the moonshot, the flow stat
I speak at conventions, colleges, and community centers about Wonder Woman as an icon of empowerment, and her connection to the human potential movement. (Her creator, Dr. William Moulton Marston, also created DISC Theory, which is part of the foundation of modern personal growth and leadership training.) I’m writing a book on the same topic, called Kink in the Golden Lasso, which will be available later this year.
I’ve acted on stage, on television, and in film, as well as alternate reality games. I’ve also written, directed, and produced for the stage and screen. Theatrical training, when filtered through a personal growth lens, offers some truly extraordinary tools for self exploration and personal development.
Other adventures include a decade of building theme camps at Burning Man and riding the California AIDS/LifeCycle, a 545-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles, raising money and awareness in the fight against AIDS. You might say I’m allergic to boredom.
I currently live in the Oakland Hills, where I try to watch as many sunsets as possible.