Lessons in Awareness Blog

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Teaching girls to be brave, not perfect

“To truly innovate, we cannot leave behind half of our population” In this essential TED talk, Reshma Saujani illuminates how girls are cultured to avoid risk, which keeps them from pursuing leadership roles in...

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19 year old Boyan Slat figures out how to save our oceans

In keeping with our vision to profile those who are elevating our consciousness about what really matters, we offer this whiz kid’s idea  on saving our oceans. Read about Boyan’s  genius vision here, and how it...

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Letting Learners Lead: Guest post by Leslie Robinson

Adult Educator Leslie Robinson shares a pinnacle lesson in awareness that transformed her teaching approach from being the “Sage-on the- stage” to the “Guide-on-the side”. Full bio at bottom of post. Most of my life has been...

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Interview with Vals Fauquier

Guiding Principles for Rich Conversations   Vals Fauquier, Director of an academy offering self-empowerment courses in North America, joins Lessons in Awareness on a set of Guiding Principles for transformative conversations. How can we...

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Chopra “The Soul of Leadership”

“Enlightened leadership is spiritual if we understand spirituality not as some kind of religious dogma or ideology, but as the domain of awareness where we experience values like truth, goodness, beauty, love and compassion,...

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Billionaires ante up for climate change

Available only through social media, NowThisFuture profiles amazing new technology and scientific breakthroughs that are shaping our world: wheelchairs controlled by facial expressions; edible six-pack rings to save our ocean friends; sneakers with smart...