The Wonder Blog

Practical advice, tips, and resources to help you spark purpose and curiosity every day. Advance your best ideas and create space for wonder in work and life.

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Get past the resistance to write for impact

Many clients – leaders, startup founders, business owners, authors – express what I would call a Wise Rise. Maybe you can relate. You’re deeply committed to meeting the challenges necessary to grow people’s awareness of your unique point of view,…
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Canoe Talk 7: The Wonder of Your Point of View

Have you ever questioned whether your voice and business can truly make a difference? Perhaps you’ve felt overwhelmed by the state of the world, thinking that your contributions are insignificant. In a world on fire, it’s easy to feel like…
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Canoe Talk 6: Wonder And Activism

Collaboration is an essential part of any business. You and your team must come together to solve problems and implement creative solutions, but maybe you’re not getting the desired results. One person might contribute all the ideas while others stay…
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Marginalized Voices Amplified: Workplace Diversity

Collaboration is an essential part of any business. You and your team must come together to solve problems and implement creative solutions, but maybe you’re not getting the desired results. One person might contribute all the ideas while others stay…
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Lead Employees with Grounded Hope

“I don’t think I’m cut out to be a leader,” a client said to me last year. “Maybe I just need a different business model that doesn’t require me to lead people.” Like so many CEOs, entrepreneurs, founders, directors, and…

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How Business Leaders Find Hope

Despite the world’s weight these days, we human beings by necessity must dream better ways to live and work, lead, and play into reality. We can rise wisely and together. Today let’s seek trends for hope that lead to the need for you and me to dream…
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The Bright Side of Negative Visioning

It’s the 2008 summer Olympics, and gold-medal winner Michael Phelps is poised to break his own record for the 200-meter butterfly swimming race – a competition that no one could touch him in.But then this happens: After Phelps’s first turn, his…

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Three (3) Productivity Books for Advancing Big Ideas

To build your business with your ideas requires more than inspiration. It also requires less thrilling things such as systems, habits, and boundaries. In my ongoing work with leaders, entrepreneurs, and creatives, I’m always on the look out for resources to…
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