Disconnecting in a Connected World

I recently had the chance to speak at a luncheon hosted by the Intercultural Dialogue Institute about an issue close to my heart: the need to disconnect from technology for part of my week.

A recording of the speech is now on Youtube:

Organizers also had some kinds words for my speech, which they posted on their website:

The presentation was up beat, with the occasional joke inserted, and his speech was captivating and fruitful. Everyone present left the event knowing more than they had upon entering the building…Mike Wise did a terrific job…

Thank-you to Fatih Yegul and Peter Karan for inviting me to speak (and giving me the excuse I needed to pull my thoughts together around this topic).

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