What is an Alpha Babe?

...outstanding human beings who exemplify the higher qualities of integrity, daring, innovation, honour, interconnectedness, caring, loyalty, and vision... who just happen to be housed in a female body...

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    Alexandra David- Néel (1868-1969) was an exceedingly courageous, adventurous woman who blazed trails both physically and… »
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Dysfunctional Families
Why are so many heroes and heroines from myths and movies missing at least one parent? Think of Cinderella, King Arthur, Luke Skywalker, Rose of Titanic, and Neo of Matrix. There’s a really good mythic reason for this: they are not encumbered with a role model of the traditional sort and are forced to look within, outward, and upward for the archetype of female or male-ness. Orphans are natural seekers, outside the norm. Plus, they make really great stories and examples of aspiration and heroism for the rest of us. Read the article

Don’t Kill the Messenger!
Just about everybody’s got something to say, and these days you can say it just about anywhere. It wasn’t always so. And there are often repercussions caused by speaking your mind and your heart. Before you press “send” to all the world, take a look at what happened to some famous people who spoke up and pointed out injustice, or sometimes just the obvious that everyone else was ignoring. Read the article

I Told You So
Don’t you hate it when you see something coming but no one listens to you? At least you get to say, “I told you so”. Prophets typically get a hard time but most people don’t want to hear what they have to say. Futurists get paid to do it, but too often their advice isn’t followed anyway. What if you were always right but nobody believed you? Here’s some historical evidence to give your arguments more heft. Read the article

In a world torn by dichotomies – religious, political, gender, income, class, caste, geography – wouldn’t it be great if there were a way to let us actually experience what the other person does? An ancient Greek character got to do that – with very interesting consequences. There’s a lot to learn from Tiresius, who was first a man, then a woman, then a man again. Even the gods called on him to settle a heated conflicts of opposites. Read the article

War, huh – What is it good for?!
What is it about war and warriors that both repels and fascinates us? Though war itself is an ugly thing in fact for the people on the blunt side of its instrument, it is also true that war can bring out the so-called “best” in people. Read the article

It’s In The Air
Great minds think alike. Have you ever seen your great idea (which you did not reveal to anybody) suddenly appear on screen, as someone else’s movie? Or turn up in a colleague’s proposal with them claiming sole credit? Or watched in amazement as the plot of book or movie plays out in real life? How does this spontaneous generation of similar ideas work and how can you keep your ideas safe until you’re ready to put them out there and then how can you ensure you don’t get swamped by other similar ideas? Read the article

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