Category: Wisdom, Courage, and Compassion

Courage Explored – Confronting Fear

By on Friday October 2, 2015

While at a recent conference, I had the opportunity to experience the ‘Immunity to Change’ process created by Lisa Lahey and Bob Kegan at Harvard University.  Theirs is a unique and powerful methodology that guides individuals through a process of uncovering their deepest resistance to change.  A room full of two hundred participants, we were […]

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Wisdom in Practice – Excerpts from the Wisdom 2.0 Business Conference

By on Monday September 14, 2015

There is a wonderful organization called Wisdom 2.0 whose mission is to create a global community of people dedicated to living with deeper wisdom, compassion and awareness in the digital age. MRG recently attended the Wisdom 2.0 Business conference—an event dedicated to supporting mindfulness, wisdom and innovation in business. This is important to us because […]

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Wisdom Explored – Four Elements of Cultivating Wisdom

By on Tuesday August 25, 2015

Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.  ~Aristotle Wisdom—both revered and elusive—has captured the hearts and minds of many for centuries. It has been a central area of study and discourse in disciplines including philosophy, religion, psychology, sociology and neuroscience. All these areas of study and points of view over so many years have […]

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Welcome to the WCC Project

By on Wednesday August 12, 2015

The MRG WCC Project is a place to engage our community in the cultivation and use of Wisdom, Courage and Compassion as individuals and in organizations. Why We Believe This is Important It takes more than skills, experience, good ideas and hard work to do the best that we can both as individuals and as […]

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