The Fearless Five is a monthly series that features inspiring quotes and photos for you to tweet and share. Since it’s Spring, we thought we’d feature our favorite quotes to…
Did you ever stop to consider how solo time in nature serves more than just you? At this time on the planet, the human species is being required to come back in harmony & balance with all of Life. John P. Milton, one of my teachers and a member of the Center for Nature and Leadership’s fearless visionaries shares his years of experience leading people on vision quests, and sacred passages in this short video.
Drawing on the latest research from anthropology to neuroscience, Frances Moore Lappe argues that the biggest challenge to human survival is our faulty way of thinking about environmental crises and life on earth. Lappé dismantles seven common “thought traps” and offers contrasting “thought leaps” that reveal our hidden power.
It’s Tax Day! Hopefully, you’re done. What will you do with all of that extra time and energy, now that this annual task is over? Why not get out and…
Alligators and leadership? Seriously? Yes and here’s why! Nature is not always cute puppies and blooming cherry blossoms. It can be harsh, decisive and final. This is why the natural world is our first and best mentor.
What is nature mirroring back to you? Use this week’s #naturebasedfriday practice to discover a new or hidden aspect of yourself that gives you greater understanding or personal strength.
Daniel Goleman’s new book “Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence” is a perfect complement to CNL’s work in cultivating attention skills for inner and outer landscapes, and the relationships between them. Goleman adds a third level, that of the “other”, the systems view. Great reading!
Regularly changing your perspective helps you prepare for the unknown possibilities of tomorrow. Each day our mental models dictate our perception of what’s possible and shape our current reality. Shake things up and view your challenge or situation from a different vantage point.