I enjoy the big picture. This has lead me to explore plate tectonics, the archetypal nature of human beings, or the trend behind a collection of seemingly unrelated moments.
I began my working life as a geologist, working in male dominated exploration camps doing everything from dirt bagging to running drill programs. As a result, I'm fascinated with masculine-feminine thinking styles and how both exist in every person, to varying degree.I have also been a Federal Government Land Claims negotiator in the Yukon, and a consultant to First Nations on geologic and environmental issues. I eventually studied writing for film and television. I wrote my first book on the feminine counterpart to the hero archetype, which I give workshops on worldwide including at Raindance Film School in London.
I draw upon my work with Western and Oral cultures for my current book The Arrow and the Ring: Activating the Power of Linear and Circular Thinking.
I enjoy writing, speaking, workshops and think tanks to understanding the underling drivers and recognizing opportunities for co-creating new possibilities.
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