Bookclubs & Discussion Groups

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Retreats:  Business, Technology, and living life well in the age of the Autonomous Revolution

Discussion groups are a time for engaging in conversation with one another as we come to understand philosophy in the modern world to bring about personal and professional success, to achieve the greater good through technology, and especially during this advent of the Autonomous Revolution.

We start where all learning begins: With Curiosity and Puzzlement, maybe a little Bewilderment. Together we address the “warm fuzzies and the cold pricklies” trying to answer the question: “Why Bother? Does it make a difference?” So, as adults, is it worth your time, effort, and commitment to “KNOW” why you bother? One thing is for sure, over the past forty years, I’ve learned the importance of “reductio ad absurdum.”

In discussion groups , we will work towards understanding the skills necessary to master the art of appreciation and to honor our inner self as we strive to accomplish the greater good.  Philosophy is the core element of the life model, and we as humans need to understand the role “Ambition, Process, Brand, Customer, Execution, and Performance” play in living our life to the fullest.

“It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.”  ~ Aristotle, Metaphysics

Bookclubs & Discussion Groups:  Business, Technology, and living life well, Spirituality and meeting the Significant Other.  Where do philosophy and the Autonomous Revolution intersect?

Bookclub formats are in-person or virtual online and we use Zoom, there is no charge for Zoom and participants do not have to sign up for it either.  The format is looking at topics and authors we find interesting, speaking to what is challenging to all of us, and in the discussion, we try to become people moving towards the greater good.  Time formats are flexible and yes we have had bookclubs & discussions in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings.

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