If we are what we repeatedly do, this is who I repeatedly am. I believe through organizing complexity we can create solutions that minimize the challenges we face individually and collectively.
My professional work in hydrology and community planning have reinforced my education of the principles of holistic science. Everything is connected, however, it is up to us to learn how these interconnections shape us, as we are shaped by them.
I believe in sportsmanship that informs competition with an ethic to instil equity, gamesmanship, hard work, and the importance of a level playing field. These are lessons that transcend sport and directly inform consciousness, spirituality, family, relationships, business, work, and politics.
My only goals are to grow personally and professionally while being of service to others at my greatest capacity.
I hope to make mistakes quickly, as I learn more from being wrong than I do from being right.
Dwayne, March 2015.