Join us to begin the New Year with our guest, Arnold Patent. We will gather at 8 a.m. Pacific/11 a.m. Eastern on MONDAY, JANUARY 2.
Completing the Past: Goodbye to 2011
As I'm sure you've all noticed, a lot can happen in a year. Some years offer more milestones than others. For Cutting Edge Law, this has been one of those milestone years. Thank you for your love and support and everything you've done in creating a new paradigm of law.
Cutting Edge Law is very pleased to welcome our guest, Judge Peggy Fulton Hora, for our Evolutionary Lawyer Teleseries on Monday, December 19, 8 a.m. Pacific Time; 11 a.m. Eastern.
The Teleseries starts each week with an hour of powerful discussion with some of our world's most foremost and outstanding leadership in Integrative Law and Social Evolution. More information about the series on Cutting Edge Law and listen to recordings of past guests at:
This is just a quick reminder that December 15 is the early registration deadline for
with Kim Wright and James O'Dea. February 9 to 12 in Manitou Springs, Colorado.
A recent article talked about 12 Things Happy People Do Differently and there is a lot there that applies to the work we do here at Cutting Edge Law. This one got my attention:
Our guest on Monday, December 5 will be Jeff Brown.
Some of you reported that the email reminder for Riane Eisler's call came in as gibberish. My apologies. Here is the link to what I was trying to tell you:
It was truly an honor to spend time with Ms. Eisler. If you missed the call, there is still time to hear it. This is the audio link:
You won't want to miss today's incredible guest speaker, Riane Eisler (full bio below), who is an Internationally acclaimed author, speaker and Macrohistorian. Her recent book, The Real Wealth of Nations: Creating a Caring Economics is acclaimed by Desmond Tutu as a "template for the better world we are so urgently seeking".
In my travels, I get to spend time with a lot of different types of people. This morning, a friend described his wife as being one of those lucky people who is perfectly happy with where she is. I suspect she is one of those people who could work at the same job for a whole career and live in one place and be content.