Author of The Earth Citizens Guide and UEE founder, Duane Stjernholm (pen name Dane Starland) was born in La Junta, Colorado, a small town in the southeastern corner of the state. Seeking to explore the world in search of adventure, he joined the Peace Corps and spent two years in the Philippines. Recovering from “Reverse Culture Shock” upon his return to Colorado, he attended the Iliff School of Theology in Denver, earning a Master of Arts in Religion degree, specializing in religious philosophy and metaphysics.
Soon after graduation from Iliff, he was fortunate to attend a live speech by the renowned world citizen and inventor R. Buckmaster Fuller, who inspired him on his current 35-year mission of changing the prevalent mindset of humanity from competition to cooperation and collaboration in order to cocreate the greatest and highest good.
David Friedman is a successful conductor, songwriter, vocal arranger and teacher. David developed a workshop called The Thought Exchange®. This empowering work changes lives and allows people to achieve their full potential not only for success, but for joy, fulfillment and power in their lives.
Join Temple and David to learn how David moves people From Good to Amazing with his workshop The Thought Exchange®.
Dialogues begin, hearts open, and deep listening starts to unravel by using five simple words. How May I Serve You? is the heart message and new book of Lori Desautels, Ph.D., who has a love for genuinely and positively affecting the relationships between educators, parents, colleagues and students. And it's a message that we can all apply in moving from Good to Amazing in our relationships.
Designer, TV personality and author Cary Weldy shares insights from his new book, Spiritual Values in the Workplace, essential to transforming your good workplace to an amazing one. "In its quiet way of being, the Universe produces more miracles in a minute than a Microsoft, Coca-Cola or General Electric can produce in 100 years," Cary explains. "So perhaps if we get out of our heads and process-oriented thinking for a moment, we can begin to open our hearts and explore new ways of thinking about our workplaces." Be sure to join Temple and Cary as they dive into the new office paradigm of 2012!