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Feb 25

Wisdom 2.0, part 3

Wisdom 2.0 Conference February 21-24, 2013 San Francisco, California Part 3 “I think we sense that we have touched on something (tech) that has gotten us in over our heads.” ~ Sherry Turkle, Author Alone Together “Technology doesn’t just change what we do—it changes who we are.” ~ Sherry Turkle, Author Alone Together “If we don’t teach our children …

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Feb 24

Wisdom 2.0, part 2

Wisdom 2.0 Conference February 21-24, 2013 San Francisco, California Part 2 “Creating an environment of mindfulness starts with yourself.” ~ Melissa Daimler, Head of Organizational Effectiveness and Learning at Twitter “It is easy to forget how much control we have over our lives. We need to listen to our own stories.” ~ Arturo Bejar, Director of Engineering at …

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Feb 23

Wisdom 2.0 Conference

Wisdom 2.0 Conference February 21-24, 2013 San Francisco, California “Data is becoming a burden….There is an emerging field of visualization where artists and scientists extract positive value.” ~ Padmasreee Warrior, Chief Technology and Strategy Officer at Cisco “Balance doesn’t mean spending equal hours on family, work, self — make your choice & then don’t feel …

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May 14

Wisdom 2.0 Business Highlights and Favorite Quotes, part 2

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May 11-12, 2012  San Francisco "The way we are working isn’t working. Trading time for money……sits at the bottom of Mazlow’s hierarchy."~ Tony Schwartz, The Energy Project "With any great advance there's a dark side. Tech sets a pace & takes a toll, that we have not begun to fathom."~ Tony Schwartz, The Energy Project …

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May 13

Wisdom 2.0 Business Highlights and Favorite Quotes, part 1

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May 11-12, 2012  San Francisco "Your brain shrinks up to 30% when under stress. That's a lot of mindfulness power 2 lose. Don't forget to breathe in."~ overheard at conference "What do you need to prove you are a good sailor? You need a really big storm."~ as tweeted by Kelly Murray "How can we …

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