Artwork by Phil Jimenez Over the past few months, I’ve been studying two subjects simultaneously. The first is Greek and Roman Mythology with Professor Peter Struck. The second is Co-Active Coaching at CTI. Co-Active Coaching provides the foundation for all professional coaching recognized by the International Coaching Federation (which I proudly joined last month.) The connection
Podcasting is a lot of work but so very rewarding. Podcasters, on the whole, seem to be generous, creative group of people. It was a delight to be interviewed by Craig Constantine about the podcasting experience. Check it out!
I joined Facebook in October 2007, almost exactly 14 years ago, and the platform has been a defining character of that time of my life. In the beginning, it was fun and pleasant. I reconnected with old friends, caught up on life, and just generally enjoyed it. Then came TAG, The Algorithm God. TAG turned my
Danae was the beautiful daughter and only child of King Acrisius of Argos. One day, King Acrisius set off for Delphi, seeking a prophecy from the Oracle. Danae loved her father and missed him terribly. Upon his return, Danae ran to him with the delight and adoration only a child can muster. But her warm welcome was met
This weekend, I had the pleasure of visiting Boston for the first time ever! After 46 years of sharing a name with the East Coast’s iconic Bean Town, Boston finally went to Boston.The reason? Mythology–naturally!A few months ago, I read this article in the New York Times. Six paintings by the 16th Century master painter
A common theme in this time defined by COVID-19 is that no one seems to be able to track what day it is. Facebook and Twitter are awash with memes saying something like “I don’t know who needs to hear this, but today is Monday.” This is isn’t surprising, given that our current relationship to
The Greek goddesses may have been incredibly powerful feminine forces — but generally, they were terrible mothers. Enjoy this ten-minute journey into primordial motherhood and feel better about your own perfectly human parenting skills.
Part 1 of Awakening the Calendar Gods, a series of posts about the archetypes for whom the months were named. Every year, when January rolls around, my interest in the history and mythology of our calendar peaks. After 300 days of March, I was particularly glad for this January to arise. And since we’re already
Seizing Opportunity by the Hair “You must live in the present, launch yourself on every wave, find your eternity in each moment. Fools stand on their island of opportunities and look toward another land. There is no other land; there is no other life but this.” — Henry David Thoreau Father Time Did you know
Who is she? Where did she come from and what can she teach us? Chances are that when you hear the word “coffee,” a particular green and white logo comes to mind, the image of a mysterious star-crowned woman with wavy locks flowing over her breasts and two fishtails encircling her body. For many of
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