Jeremy Seligman

Name

Jeremy Seligman

Location

Los Angeles, CA

What draws you to the STIA conference?

I am happy to be back as Weaver for STIA, this year co-weaving with my longtime colleague Jean Tully

What are you hoping to experience?

STIA is a chance for people with a shared passion for both healing the world and developing themselves to come together to listen, learn, and share. I hope to both be part of that experience and, through the Weaver role, to help new conversations and insights to emerge in the group.

What are you most passionate about?

The gift of having this life, and making the most of it

How do you see transformation occurring from this conference?

That we have been transformed is an assessment that we can only make retrospectively. I think if we are able to come into the conference in a mood of openness, curiosity, and vulnerability, that will go a long way to creating the conditions in which transformations happen.

What’s your bigger vision?

That more and more workplaces become places that nurture the hearts and souls of the people who work there, and that personal development does not have to happen away from where we work.

What needs to happen for you to evaluate this STIA+ experience as a success?

Only that we all do our best to stay fully present, open, curious, and vulnerable to new experiences, new insights, and new constructive action.