COLLABORATIVE INNOVATION AND THE OVERVIEW EFFECT

COLLABORATIVE INNOVATION AND THE OVERVIEW EFFECT

About the Artist:
Michael Smith is a glass artist, philosopher, and student of the human condition. His body of work integrates inspiration, intention and flow in Glass Talking Sticks, Wings, Swords, and Glass Art inspired by mythic legends and stories in the human and scientific adventure. Michael is a practitioner of uncommon sense, guided by rich and diverse experiences from travels around the world. Adventuring throughout the United States, Western Europe, and Canada has grown his understanding of Consciousness and being mindful, and his awareness that one’s world truly expands when standing in a new experience. In his art, Michael inspires himself and others with the structures of beauty found in the surrounding world. ‘Creativity Unleashed’ is his vision for transformational results in art, technology and relationships, by learning from what nature has already figured out. Michael has the soul of an artist, the mind of an engineer, and the aspiration of an Astronaut.’
‘The Master Does Not Talk, She Acts’ Lao Tze
• Dan Shapiro – (Relational Identity)
https://inp.harvard.edu/files/internationalnegotiation/files/relational_identity_theory.american_psychologist.pdf and his book.

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Richard WhitehurstRichard is Founder and Director of The Overview Institute of Australia https://www.overviewinstituteaustralia.org along with its sister organization - Planetary Human: https://www.planetaryhuman.com He has appeared on radio and TV, and has lectured extensively in colleges, universities, workshops and conferences in America, En author, poet, ‘possibillian’ and ‘planetary contextualist’ – Richard has been involved in facilitating shifts in consciousness and human transformation for over four decades. A former president of the Ericksonian Hypnotherapist Association of Australia, Richard is a practicing psychotherapist and hypnotherapist.

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