Michael Murphy

Like with anything, there's good and bad. Not all firms do a great job at inspiring and setting their producers up for success. Does yours?
As I currently reside in a community where most inhabitants think that Heidegger is a cold press juicer, imagine my joy last Saturday evening at Esalen when I found myself breaking wheat bread with two of America's greatest living philosophers and intellectuals, Michael Murphy and Sam Keen!
When we search out and discover the authentic meaning of our existence and our experiences, we learn that life doesn't just happen to us. We happen to life; and we make it meaningful.
Reboot is a design agency that focuses on service design in international development. In other words, fixing aid programs
Firebelly's Dawn Hancock has found a way to inextricably link her design practice to helping her community, by incubating
As part on an on-going series, Co.Exist and Catchafire are presenting an ongoing investigation of bold generosity with the goal of understanding its causes, its benefits and how to inspire more.
The Chicago Tribune quotes the Murphys' lawyer Tim Dollar saying, the suit "centers around the belief that these buses are
Last year a good friend of mine told me of how she felt of me being able to go to many places in honor of my fellow veterans. I don't consider it a vacation on any level, but as a way of continuing my duty. I believe this is how many veterans of my era and previous eras feel, as well.
In 1962, on a stunning stretch of land bordering the Pacific Ocean in Big Sur, California, two Stanford graduates founded a retreat center called The Esalen Institute. Their goal: Create a space where people could explore holistic approaches to wellness and personal transformation.
Memo to the Obama Administration: if you want to see the makings of a national model to hold big banks accountable for fixing foreclosure-devastated neighborhoods, go to Milwaukee and talk to citizen leaders who are practicing what Saul Alinsky preached.
Art at work? Well, art portraying work or workers' values and struggles has been going on for centuries, but portraying work
"Men loving men, that is what golf is," proclaims actress Joanne Whalley in a Scottish brogue in Golf in the Kingdom, which premiered in New York City last Friday.
This tradition of a national day of remembrance has now spanned more than 150 years of our nation's history. From the soldiers
Greg, what are you doing at Esalen? I ask myself. "I'm getting out of my own way," I finally respond.
Lt. Michael Murphy's life and death are the stuff of storybooks. If only we could change the ending.