always the beautiful answer
who asks a more beautiful question
For over 35 years, Jack has been helping teams, leaders, organizations and communities discover new ways to realize their potential together.
In dozens of industries globally, Jack has innovated workshops with executives and civic leaders, engineers and scientists, teachers and entrepreneurs, investors and economists, doctors and nurses, lawyers and accountants, designers and storytellers, native elders and fishermen, film makers and community builders.
As 21-time author his books focus on the psychology of flourishing, mindfulness and collaboration and include books of poetry, storytelling, photography and cooking: Collaborative Creativity, Accidental Conversations, Project Zen, Appreciative Leadership, Mountain Paths, Conscious Becoming, Instructions from the Cook, The Stories that Connect Us, The Enchantment of Casual Origins, The Joy of Thriving, Ordinary Eyes, The Agile Canvas Field Guide, Abundant Possibilities, The Power Of Circles, Making Sense Of Time, Beyond Recipes, Focus, Smarter Together, Growing Ideas, The Art Of Conversations and The Way Of Questions.
With a graduate degree focused in positive psychology from Goddard College, Jack has taught at the Harvard Kennedy School, UC Berkeley, Vanderbilt and Kent State University. As a writer, he continues to sustain the oldest daily blog in Northern Ohio since 2002 and mentors emerging writers and entrepreneurs in their craft.
Contact Jack at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jack's 21st book, The Way Of Questions, is available at the store on the site here.