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How Can We Have So Much and Be So Soft?

How Can We Have So Much and Be So Soft?

By David Harder on the December, 4, 2019

I have always been able to have conversations with friends and family members with differing political views by connecting with the morals, values, and ethics that live above politics. You know, the ones that all of us used to remember as the ideals behind our American spirit. We treasured characteristics […]


How's Your Vision?

How’s Your Vision?

By David Harder on the December, 3, 2019

“There is a principle which is a bar against all information, which is proof against all arguments and which cannot fail to keep a man in everlasting ignorance – that principle is contempt prior to investigation.”   Chuck Chamberlain – A New Set of Glasses   In the event that […]


Just When is it Time to Let Go of the Old World of Work?

Just When is it Time to Let Go of the Old World of Work?

By David Harder on the November, 30, 2019

Many of us have had jobs that were richly rewarding only to turn sour from change beyond our control?   It is impossible to count the number of conversations where someone tells me they wished they saw the writing on the wall more quickly.   It’s just basic human nature […]


Four Days That Will Build Extraordinary Gratitude in Your Life

Four Days That Will Build Extraordinary Gratitude in Your Life

By David Harder on the November, 25, 2019

Thanksgiving is indeed my favorite holiday. Even the title captures the spirit of giving and growing and experiencing new versions of ourselves.   There is a strange myth about giving. Unless our giving is “selfless” than it isn’t enough. Nothing could be further from the truth. One of my activities […]


Why Active Learners Own the Future of Work

Why Active Learners Own the Future of Work

By David Harder on the November, 11, 2019

Accelerating change is impacting virtually every worker, employer, and business owner.   Accelerating change is making many highly educated individuals functionally illiterate.   For example, in the last few years, thousands of associate attorneys didn’t envision that Legal Zoom, a cheap digital platform with a simple interface would eliminate big portions of […]


The Killer Filters - 5 ways we destroy change before it happens!

The Killer Filters – 5 ways we destroy change before it happens!

By David Harder on the November, 1, 2019

In 1990, we delivered the first Inspired Work Program, an immersive experience that has led thousands of people into turning points with their careers. We can provide this outcome in just two days. However, in the beginning, some of the programs were long. We had to find a way for […]


Why Does Employee Engagement Rely on Self-Change Skills?

Why Does Employee Engagement Rely on Self-Change Skills?

By David Harder on the October, 30, 2019

“I know I can be difficult but don’t worry, you’ll change.” The Modern Workplace   How many of us are conscious enough to be excited about trading in the traditional sense of security for perpetual growth?   In essence, this is what the new workplace offers, as well as demands. […]


Why Does Employee Engagement Require a Democracy?

Why Does Employee Engagement Require a Democracy?

By David Harder on the October, 29, 2019

One of the fundamental reasons that employee engagement is so elusive is that we are not teaching people how to change. The underemployed and disengaged workers believe they can’t change. Others want to change but don’t know-how. As we leave behaviors from the Industrial Revolution far behind us, let’s at […]


What if the Turmoil Isn't Political?

What if the Turmoil Isn’t Political?

By David Harder on the October, 25, 2019

For many of us, turning on the news or reading posts on Facebook produces facial ticks and feelings the Apocalypse is at hand. But for those of us who work, we cannot afford to be distracted.   The world is in the midst of the most extensive restructuring of work […]


How Great Role Models Educate Our Souls

How Great Role Models Educate Our Souls

By David Harder on the October, 17, 2019

News of bright lights passing is sad. But, for the ones that live in the light, gratitude quickly follows for their lives, which have given us nothing less than literacy of the soul.   I never met Elijah Cummings, but every time he stood up, I could see a man […]


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