Category Archives for "Extraordinary Experiences"

Extraordinary Experiences Five Stages Videos

extraordinary experiences five stages

Summary: Extraordinary Experiences Five Stages blog post includes 5 introductory videos (1-2 min length) to highlight key concepts for each of the Five Stages of the Extraordinary Experiences (EX2) Platform.  5 Introductory Videos Highlighting the Five Stages of the Extraordinary Experiences (EX2) Platform … For “Thought Leaders and Entrepreneurs” … And yet, applicable to all organization […]

Workplace Future of Work

workplace future work

Summary: Workplace Future Work introduces you to the possible connections among extraordinary experiences (EX2), virtual reality (VR), cognitive computing, and the Future of Person and Machine  Workplace Future Work In 1996 I completed my EdD thesis … tilted: Development and Validation of a Holistic Organization Learning Framework for Organizational Learning Consultants and Adult Educators.  I used insights from quantum […]

Flow Experiences

Flow Experiences

Flow Experiences and Experience-based Learning and Educating – Brief reminder of the importance of both to your organization of work.Over the months and years to follow, I’ll share insights about Flow, Flow Experiences, and Extraordinary Experiences (EX2) – suggesting the importance of all for making a movement and creating the well-living workplace …Other topics include:involve your customers […]

Circles and Lines

circles lines

A fun post about circles and lines … The other day I was distracted from my work flow … And a brilliant insight came to view. So let me set the StageI was playing around with circles and lines.  I was doodling, drawing … [The featured picture that accompanies this post was my doodle pic.] Looking to see where circles lines are used […]

Scenius Concept Practice

scenius concept

scenius concept, genius, extraordinary experiences Kevin Kelly on a fascinating concept called scenius. Scenius stands for the intelligence and the intuition of a whole cultural scene. It is the communal form of the concept of the genius … as defined by Brian Eno: Kelly lists four factors that are important in nuturing scenius concept: 1. Mutual appreciation […]

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