LPTrendsTransformer

Radical Openness

November 19th, 2012
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  LPTrendsIdeas: Radical Openness. One our favorites Jason Silva has added some fresh video performances and conversations to his site Thisisjasonsilva.com. We shared with you his brilliant five minute video about the meaning and application of imagination a few months … Continue reading

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Why Women Still Can’t Have It All?

October 25th, 2012
Businesswoman with America in her hands

  LPTrendsVillageIdeas. In the spirit of the upcoming election and going against the grain of popular ideas, ponder this truly thought-provoking and obviously emotions-provoking article series on the women’s movement, women and work, and a slightly different take on equality … Continue reading

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Brain Pickings – Extraordinary Interestingness

October 22nd, 2012
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    LPTrendsBrainPickings – Eclectic brain food If interestingness is what you seek, Brain Pickings is your ultimate online destination. A creative curation of all things unusual, eclectic, colorful, provocative, new, not so new, and just plain cool. Brain Pickings … Continue reading

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PURPLE CARROT OUR NEW GLOBAL CHILDREN’S BRAND

October 10th, 2012
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LPTrendsBooks. Purple Carrot Books. Chris Pedersen. New children’s book game-changer, specializing in original children’s storybooks and learning-based creative experiences – ebooks, print storybooks, readers for school, mobile apps, games, and more – focusing on the mind, body and spirit of … Continue reading

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Brigadier Generals Know Extreme Leadership

October 10th, 2012
Tom Kolditz today. Photo opurtesy of Bigspeak.com.

  LPTrendsLeadership. “Brigadier General (Ret.) Thomas Kolditz, a Senior Lecturer at Yale University, on the future of leadership. Tom Kolditz has appeared on ABC World News, ABC 20-20, Al Jazeera, MSNBC, CBS, NPR, Calgary Today, Morning Ireland, and conducted interviews with the New York Times, the Associated … Continue reading

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You know, that John Cleese…

October 8th, 2012
John Cleese, courtesy of whalecottage.com.

LPTrendsInnovativeThinking: John Cleese is really smart. He has a way with knowing exactly how to make you laugh your proverbial, British comedy-loving butt off. And who can forget or ignore his classics A Fish Called Wanda, or Monty Python’s Life of Brian… But … Continue reading

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Unschooling, Unbanning: Books & Brains

October 8th, 2012
Paul Wieand, Founder

LPTrendsUn-Thinking. Unschooling & Unbanning Books. It’s all about the undoing this week; that which we do and choose to do over because we look back and think to ourselves: “that sure was a boneheaded maneuver.” But really, it’s about exploring … Continue reading

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Lori Anderson’s Journey With Food & Yoga

October 3rd, 2012
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  LPTrendsBody. Optimizing Ourselves. Food. Health. Wellness. Obesity. Diabetes. These issues make headlines every day as America’s love affair with food continues to wreak havoc on our health, our lives, and potentially even the future of our country. So, this … Continue reading

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Funny Things Real People Say

September 17th, 2012
Lisa Cohen

LPTrendsCoolJobs: Witstream. Lisa Cohen has a divergent, creative mind and innovating nose for technology and how to use it to its full potential. She helps us all find the funny, and real. Follow Lisa on Twitter, too. “Founder and Chief Executive Officer Lisa … Continue reading

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Lucky Lori’s Latest Serendipity, Dammit!

August 21st, 2012
Lori Anderson, Chief Of All Things Possible & Serendipitous

LPTrendsBlogs&Books. Karen Salmansohn & her book “How To Be Happy, Dammit!” Our site Chief Lori Anderson, or as we like to her call her – Lucky Lori – writes a very engaging blog called “oh-so-sweet-serendipity”, which we are very proud … Continue reading

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