Transformational Moments Blog

Events in the Global Transformational Community

I had several choices of where to go and what to do, but I was drawn to the river that day. I was going fishing. At least that was what I had in mind when I headed down to my favorite stretch of the Musconetcong. The...

BONUS ARTICLE: When is Work Not? If you’re reading this, you’ve probably spent more time in a classroom than you can remember. It’s likely that you continue to spend time in similar settings, maybe conferences, meetings, sales presentations, or the like. You’ve spent a lifetime listening...

Last spring, I signed up for the Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk – a 60-mile walk over three days to help end breast cancer. When you sign up for the Susan Komen walk, you automatically agree to raise $2,300. I was excited to be part...

Human beings by nature are creative. We have however, recorded everything that has happened in our past and linked it to our creative process, leading us to erroneously form the point of view that the creative process itself is a function of our struggling, our...

For the July Article of the Month, we offer you some of the details of a photo safari day we had during a recent visit to Costa Rica. The impressions of our day were recorded from Ariel's point of view. In our experience, observing minutiae...

This month, we invited folks in the community to share a moment when someone’s words, actions or invitation made a difference in their lives – and we are so pleased to share their inspirational stories with you. Enjoy! Warmly, Ariel & Shya Michel From Basel, Switzerland “I’m very grateful to...