Archive for month: October, 2009

Personal Reflections on Contemporary Philosophy of Transformation #4

HOW IT ALL STARTED:
MY FIRST CONTACT WITH EST

I had been avoiding Werner Erhard’s workshop for years, mostly because of what I saw as the ‘hype’ surrounding the enrollment/recruiting process.  (Once these people got your name, you couldn’t shake them!)  Ironically, it felt exactly like being on the other end of a conversation with …



Personal Reflections on Contemporary Philosophy of Transformation #3

THE GIST OF ERHARD’s APPROACH:
THE EXPERIENCE OF TRANSFORMATION

Erhard borrowed from and integrated the thinking of people like Ludwig Wittgenstien and Martin Heidegger, who were philosophers probing the boundaries of language and reality at the turn of the century.  Theirs is the study of Epistemology (from steimos—to stand, and epi—on or upon, thus, ‘to …



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‘You don’t need to change yourself, you need to come home to yourself. That changes everything.’ With this simple sentence, John Scherer revolutionized personal and leadership development. Sooner or later, to increase your effectiveness and sense of fulfillment in your life and work, you need to get beyond tips and techniques and explore who you …



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