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Renewing Relationships

Friday May 30 2008

   By Rick Fullerton | Bio
Earlier this month, I was away from home for over a week on business. In itself, this is not a big deal. Lots of people travel more frequently and farther than I do. Yet for me, this trip was filled with unexpected feelings of gratitude and wonder. At the outset, it was to be a routine work trip to two cities to conduct seminars at the completion of the MBA course I teach. What set this apart was the opportunity to be in Calgary, the home of Canada’s energy sector and fastest-growing city in the country.[Read More]

Written by eldering at Fearless Aging

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Creative Lives

Thursday Mar 13 2008

   By Rick Fullerton | Bio


I am waiting for our third grandchild to be born. In fact, everyone in our family and circle of friends is primed for the big event—but none more so than the mother and father to be. Their lives are about to be totally transformed when their love, commitment and belief in the future is expressed in the arrival of ‘baby’. Birth, for most people, is the ultimate miracle of life. So it is natural that birth is celebrated universally as an act of creation. Beyond the waiting, the sacrifices, the preparation and the costs, bringing a child into the world is a symbolic declaration of possibility like no other.[Read More]

Written by eldering at Fearless Aging

Tagged with: belief birth choice commitment creativity generativity love

Fear of Dying

Wednesday Feb 13 2008

   By Rick Fullerton | Bio
For much of my life, I have had a private conversation about dying. It began as a young child, probably triggered by overhearing my parents talking about people fighting cancer or other scary diseases. When I was 12 and our family doctor knocked on the schoolroom door, my first thought was that he had figured out I was going to die. I was shocked to discover he had come to tell me my father had died of a heart attack at just 53. I was devastated![Read More]

Written by eldering at Fearless Aging

Tagged with: commitment death duty dying fear

Rick Fullerton

Monday Jan 01 2007

I met Rick when he was working for Canada’s public service. He later became Deputy Principal for the Canadian Centre for Management Development and played a key role in transforming the Centre in support of La Relève and in establishing professional coaching in the federal public service.

Rick is a leadership consultant and Certified Human Resources Professional, and holds a Ph.D. in organizational behavior. He currently teaches graduate level courses at Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Management and the School of Public Administration, in addition to consulting on high-leverage change initiatives for international companies and federal agencies and departments. We share an appreciation of the value of natural curiosity, quiet reflection and attentive listening. [Read More]

Written by eldering at Fearless Aging

Tagged with: bio

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