By Bryan Prosser
I’m the founder of LifeBridge, home of my coaching and educational business. I serve curious, courageous and creative professionals who live to impact the world for good.
Do you enjoy adventure?
So do I. That’s why I work and write every day exploring what it takes to create and express a vibrant wonder-filled life.
For more than three decades, I’ve been doing my best to inspire a love of learning in people that would last a lifetime. I’ve spent all of my professional life learning how to learn in order to become an effective educator and coach. That’s how I approach everything. Experience is my best teacher.
Authentic teaching and learning requires a live encounter with the unexpected, an element of suspense and surprise, an evocation of that which we did not know until it happened.
Parker J. Palmer
Rising incomes and longer lives are the consistent variables showing up around the globe. Generally that is. Not everyone is living longer and getting wealthier, but a larger percentage of the world’s population is experiencing positive growth in life.Here in America, it’s much more likely to live deep into your
If our sacred life does not produce ambitions and aspirations for this life, then it’s sure to be a sham religion.
“Do the work that is nearest, Though it’s dull at whiles, Helping, when we meet them, Lame dogs over stiles.” – Charles Kingsley – It’s an obsolete idiom. But I can’t think of a better metaphor that speaks of kind work than helping someone or some animal in distress, getting
Pooh (and Friends) Inspired by A. A. Milne Reimagined by Me Pooh and Piglet stood before a weathered sign that read, “Life This Way”. They stood, they stared, they looked at each other awkwardly, then looked at the ground, then back toward the sign. “I don’t know where This Way
I asked a friend yesterday, “Could it be that we have read it wrongly?” Friends of mine, are thoughtful. All of us have poured our souls into learning. It’s serious business for us. My question to my friend related to whether we are humbled by the things we think about.