We had some fun together.
What did we talk about?
Here are items mentioned during the recent keynote, workshop or bus ride.
Artie Isaac chairs six groups of peers who meet monthly to challenge and encourage each other. The result? Better leaders, making better decisions, for better outcomes.
Creativity & Personal Mastery (CPM)
Artie is studying with Srikumar Rao — a global teacher of MBAs and other humans — on the topics that lead to greater focus and less stress.
Your Next Car Is Coming
Artie mentioned his optimism in the impending arrival of self-driving electric vehicles. It’s based on this video by Tony Seba on Clean Disruption – Energy & Transportation.
Artie’s Presentation Materials
Casey Brown’sFavorite Charity
Through Drop In The Bucket, Casey raises funds to build wells in places where girls are otherwise needed to fetch water all day. Once the wells are flowing, the girls can go to school. Here — in a top TED video! — Casey (a pricing expert) talks about pricing and self-worth. Below that, a button will take you to Drop In The Bucket.
Going Into The Cloud
Artie mentioned Uri Alon’s cell biology laboratory — and how his graduate students feared The Cloud. Here’s the video. (Vistage Chair Joe Faessler said, “Falling into the cloud is not only inevitable, it is ennobling.”) Here is TED talk, Why Truly Innovative Science Demands A Leap Into The Unknown.
Four Books, Two Poems and a Meditation
- The Artist’s Way
by Julia Cameron
- Between the World and Me
by Ta-Nehisi Coates
- Men Explain Things to Me
by Rebecca Solnit
- Orbiting the Giant Hairball: A Corporate Fool’s Guide to Surviving with Grace
by Gordon MacKenzie
- “Never Again Would Birds’ Song Be the Same”
by Robert Frost
- “The Straightener”
by Billy Collins
- And this meditation
by Thich Nhat Hanh:
Breathing in, I calm body and mind.
Breathing out, I smile.
Dwelling in the present moment,
I know this is the only moment.