A very talented architect sent this article to a group of us, and it just zeroed in on my passions in hospitality… a conscious design that makes hospitality more about wellness and healing.  Biophilic Continue Reading…

The 47% number, in the US, over two decades, is from an University of Oxford Martin School Study: http://www.oxfordmartin.ox.ac.uk/news/201309FutureOfEmployment The Economist article from January really Continue Reading…

Assuming you got here because of our industry, we travel and hospitality professionals forget we are dabbling in technologies that not only resolve significant problems for the human race, but which can also completely alter what it means to be human, to begin with. Even at this point, superhuman technologies bolster our frail frames and help us to walk, to breathe, and much more. Even now it would be difficult to gauge where a human ends, and biogenetic, biotech, or bionic extensions begin. It’s interesting to think… to remain human, we may need to become more human than human.