Nine Essences – Mentoring

One of the central ethics in apithology theory is not to be the source of new absences. This comes from a profound appreciation of the origin of pathology in society. A more difficult inquiry occurs when we feel action is required in the world ~ to remediate, to change society and to impact positively. We […]

Four Transitions ~ Training

Many years ago we saw how successful people (and businesses) after an initial start-up phase became stuck. In their upward trajectory they became stationary with the engine running. Since that time apithology theory has caught up to the observation and we now understand so much more about the dynamic balances in generative orientation. I recently completed […]