Two Takes on One Event: What a Difference Attitude Makes

It’s amazing how two people can sit through the exact same experience and have completely different impressions about it. When that happens, there’s usually something interesting to be learned in the reason why, if you bothered to look. Dorinda Phillips looked. Dorinda is an organizational learning expert in Geneva, Switzerland. Early in her career in [read more]

“Because the sky is blue”: An 11-year-old boy’s secret to happiness

Happiness is not something that happens to you. It’s something you choose to be. That fact isn’t really a secret anyone’s been keeping from you. But it takes a surprisingly long time for most people to realize it, if they ever do. Jeremy McInnis learned that powerful lesson at the young age of twenty. And [read more]

Episode 11: A 19,000-foot attitude adjustment that will last a lifetime

Learn how valuable (and contagious) a great attitude can be, from a man who had to climb 19,000 feet up Mt. Kilimanjaro just to find it. That man is Dan Dorr, author of Kissing Kilimanjaro: Leaving It All on Top of Africa, an inspiring book that documents his attempts to climb the tallest mountain in [read more]