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The December 2015 Wholeness Hangout

How Shall We Live Wisely and Well?

with Bill Cumming of The Boothby Institute

This month’s Wholeness Hangout was pre-recorded because my guest, Bill Cumming, was not available at our usual time. His insights into lovingkindness and personal responsibility and how we can each contribute, if we will, to a world that works for all, captured my heart. I encourage you to visit Bill’s web site, The Boothby Institute, to learn more about his work. Click here to learn more about his online course, What Every Person Can Do. It’s a very modestly priced and lovingly crafted wake up call to fuller engagement in your life and the world we share. You’ll find more information about Bill under the video replay.

Watch the replay or download the audio and Care of the Soul

Click here to listen (or right-click (PC) or ctrl-click (Mac) to download the audio): Wholeness Hangout December 2015 Bill Cumming How We Can Live Wisely and Well

Click here to download a PDF of Care of the Soula compilation of excerpts from the writings of such teachers as Thich Nhat Hanh, Rachel Naomi Remen, and Don Miguel Ruiz. Bill assembled these excerpts to create a brief document you can use to ground yourself each morning in three things:

        • We live in a miracle.
        • Everything is interconnected.
        • The only thing we control is how we are going to be today.

About Bill Cumming

bill cumming clip_image006Bill is a thirty-year coaching veteran and Director of The Boothby Institute. He has been a coach, consultant and trainer to CEOs and the executive teams of healthcare delivery organizations, businesses, school systems, and non-profit organizations. He is a key partner in the New Horizons Academy. Bill’s work focuses on creating inspired environments where individuals take responsibility for their lives and the organizations for which they work. He is known for his ability to work and be with people in such a way that they are honored, acknowledged, and valued as human beings. He attempts to ask the most important questions no matter how difficult they may seem. Bill helped found a Ford Foundation Project, which became a pilot for Upward Bound. He spent thirteen years as an adjunct member of the faculty in the College of Education at the University of Maine, helping found the University’s Aspirations Four School Project. He was elected twice to the Maine School Union #47 Board of Directors, and served as its Chair for three years. He is the creator of “Motivation, What Works,” “Power Within,” and “What One Person Can Do,” “Inspired Teaching,” and “Inspired Leadership” courses. These programs have been delivered in hundreds of school systems, Job Corps programs, non-profit organizations, corporations, and the Maine State Prison System as part of the New Horizons Academy. Bill was also a founding trustee of the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center.

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