Egonomics

Today, Sharon and I were leading a group through the Egonomics workshop.If you haven’t read Egonomics, I highly recommend it. I’m a big believer in using language to re-center a discussion.Marcum and Smith do this very effective in Egonomics, first by discussing humilty as a midpoint between egotistical and ego-empty

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Happiness is a warm internet connection…

One of the best ‘freebies’ available on the web today are the TEDTalks downloads. Organized by one of my heroes, Richard Saul Wurman (designer/author of the Access Guides – which I have loved since, well, forever – among his other accomplishments), TED brings together some of the smartest and most talented

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The Bali of Dreams…

This is a picture of Balinese women preparing for a an odalan, which is the anniversary of a Balinese Hindu temple. Today I added more than 60 of my favorite Bali images to my photo site at hues.smugmug.com. This is a young monkey at the Ubud Monkey Forest.Bali is one

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Sea Turtles – Maui

Today is the last day of our vacation in Lahaina, Maui. I could talk about the weather, the food, the hula, or the people. Ultimately, though, a trip to Hawaii always comes down to sea turtles. So you can see, this was a great trip! Share this:

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‘Ole – Lahaina, Maui

Last week, Angie and I watched part of the International Festival of Canoes in Lahaina. We missed most of the event, but we did get to look at some of the canoes and watch part of the post-festival entertainment. At one point the host, Wilmont Kahai’ali’i, said hello to all

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Jim McKay 1921-2008

You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.-Plato Sports and games were, for me (as for many), a place where I learned many of the lessons that formed me. As you can imagine, more than a few of the pivotal

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The Learning Samurai

On our flight from Japan to Hawaii, I read William Scott Wilson’s The Lone Samurai, a study of Miyamoto Musashi – the legendary Japanese swordsman/painter/author – by William Scott Wilson. One interesting quote from The Book of Five Rings. “I have never had a teacher while studying the Ways of the various

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Tuckman’s Model

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Dance on a Volcano (from Hawaii)

Wayyyy overdue, but here’s a shot of me chillin (not quite, lava of this type is around 900 degrees in temperature!) on a volcano. It was a 4.5 mile hike (one-way) to the flow, but completely worth it. I highly recommend you taking a guided hike with Arnott’s Lodge, if

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Swimming with Turtles (from Hawaii)

I’m a big fan of sea turtles.When I’m in Hawaii, I set aside a portion of time to look for them, on land and in the water. On this trip, I didn’t have to look too hard.We went to the Four Seasons one night for dinner, and found two turtles

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Swimming with Dolphins

We’re back from Hawaii…and back to having Internet access. I was surprised to find that there are still hotels in the US (the King Kamehameha in Kona) that don’t have in-room internet.Given how easy it is to set up wireless, it’s almost inexcusable. Still, this is the islands, so I

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Saturday in the Park…

We had another spectacular weekend in Santa Clara.We spent yesterday at Vasona Park in Los Gatos, watching the beautiful, talented, and awesomely nice Deb Levoy perform her songs. Deb is a singer-songwriter that I’ve known for 2+ years. She has a spectacular voice, and her lyrics take a very cool

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Dance of the Legong

As I mentioned, I’ve been scanning some of my favorite images from the past.A disproportionate amount of these images are from Bali.No surprise there… It’s one of my favorite places on earth. If I haven’t mentioned the Dance of the Legong, it’s only because my vocabulary isn’t equiped enough to

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My Singapore Reading List in a nutshell…

One of my favorite things (okay, maybe the only thing I like) about long flights is that I get uninterrupted time to devour books.During the 18 hour flight to Singapore and back, I read a lot of books. Here’s a recap of the books. Instead of reviewing each one, I’ll

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Singaporean Food

Well, I’m back in Santa Clara.I would have updated the blog sooner, but I was too distracted by all the great food in Singapore.I’ve often said that you can see all of Singapore in a week, but it would take 2 years to eat all of it. Trust me, I’ve

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