I was invited to the Conference on Conscious Capitalism (link of the book ) in Oct 2013 I think it was. And there I met Richard Barrett. I was very moved by his presence and being. And struck a good rapport with him. At lunch the next day he asked me, what has been most meaningful in this trip/ conference. And without blinking my eye, I said, it was meeting him. Whats interesting is that as the conversation meandered through many lanes, after 15 min I asked him what had been the most meaningful point for him and he laughed and said, … Continue reading Measuring the Intangible in Business & Community : Barrett Values- Cultural Transformation Tools
You probably heard this one: The rich have a lot of money. The truly wealthy have a lot of time. As I allow more spaciousness into my life and stop chasing the many many many attractive candies like a kid in a candy store, I am in touch with how seductive experience is. Having let go of a trip to the magical desert of Egypt, a trek to the incredible beauty of Kashmir, a participation in a ‘worthwhile’ unConference ‘back to the land’ and so forth, there is a growing recognition of what it means to come home. To stay … Continue reading Rich or wealthy?