Happy New Year! This year, I’m off on a journey. I decided to drop everything and put my entire being into a book project I really believe in. I feel such an emotional connection to this project, and think it can help a lot of people. So, starting January 3rd, I will be moving somewhere more remote, and will meditating and writing, and don’t plan on returning until this is done.
I look forward, passionately, to sharing the fruits with you when it’s ready, and continuing this monthly newsletter. In the meantime, I will be struggling, searching, discovering, dreaming, and learning. Much love to all, and may 2018 bring you much joy, warmth, creativity, fulfillment, meaning, and purpose!
How to Tap Into Your Child’s Hidden Strengths (with Lea Waters, Australian academic and author of The Strength Switch)
How to Love Someone, Even If You Don’t Really Like Them (with Sharon Salzberg, world-renown meditation teacher and author of Real Love)
Polymath Imagination Retreat
What does the “polymath imagination” look like? Robert Wright and I led a series of discussions with a bunch of super-imaginative and versatile folks to get to the bottom of this mystery!
What does imagination look like within the context of leadership? What role does intuition play in your leadership practice? What organizational or institutional constraints serve as barriers to being more creative? How important is collaboration to your most imaginative or creative ideas? Can imagination be taught to emerging leaders? These are the sort of questions that were covered in the Leadership Imagination Retreat!
Pete the Cat: A groovy New Year Season 1
If you haven’t watched “Pete the Cat: A Groovy New Year” yet, what are you waiting for?! Lots of learning moments for children and adults alike.
You can find more free resources on creativity, education, talent, and well-being here: https://scottbarrykaufman.com/resources/.
In Love and Creativity,