Reflections of Our CEO: Making the Most of The Time We Have

I’ve always shied away from calling myself a philosopher. I feel brash or pretentious using it to describe myself. But recently a friend graciously indulged my inner philosopher, opening in me a new permission to take up that label. And it was just in time, for in this moment of crisis around the world, we will all benefit from thoughtful, wise responses.

In this week’s post, Mike Rowlands shares insights into a ‘juicy, generative conversation’ he had recently with his friend Steve Rio—a conversation you can now hear via Steve’s podcast, NOW with Steve Rio.

Reflections of Our CEO: A Moment of Contemplation

Every year at this time, I take a day or two out of seasonal festivities to reflect on the year that was and to set intentions for the year ahead. This year, as the decade also comes to a close, it feels like an important moment. Consider the passing of the decades…. For me, 1990 was the year I graduated …

Reflections of Our CEO: Three Powerful Projects

Junxion’s not a big firm. But we like to think we play a big game. From our offices in Vancouver and Toronto, Canada, and London, UK, we’ve served and supported clients on five continents. They are startup social entrepreneurs, audacious corporate intrapreneurs, and leaders of some of the world’s most recognized NGOs. Alongside them, we’re building the case studies of …

Reflections of Our CEO: On Certainty and Self-Doubt

My nerdiest t-shirt riffs on Plato—specifically on the Allegory of the Cave, one of western philosophy’s most important arguments for reflective understanding. ‘Plato’s Cave Search & Rescue Team,’ says the shirt. My kids shake their heads every time I wear it, but it always reminds me of how rarely any of us sees the whole picture. The Cave Allegory explains …