15 Jan January 15, 2021 – Developing Discipline Thane Marcus Ringler and Sinful Dr. David Salomon
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Thane Marcus – Co-Founder and Host of The Up & Comers Show
The process of discipline happens in much smaller increments
than we expect. Discipline is not a giant leap forward.
Thane Marcus Ringler is a former Professional Golfer turned Speaker, Writer, and Development Coach. After competing for nearly four years as a professional, he transitioned out of the world of golf into his current endeavors. The focus of Thane’s work is to help others live and work better, and it centers on the realm of human development, both personally and professionally. The primary way he does this is through the Development Coaching practice he runs, as well as through the online courses and additional coaching programs that he is offering. Thane also hosts The Up & Comers Show, a podcast all about learning how to live a good life and the process of becoming. In his book, From Here to There: A Quarter-Life Perspective On The Path To Mastery, Thane speaks to the reality that, more times than not, we will fail, but in failing there’s learning, and in learning there’s growth.
Dr. David Salomon – Director of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity at Christopher Newport University
The problem today is that many things are ethical not are not
necessarily legal, and a lot of things that are legal are not ethical.
Dr. David A. Salomon, Ph.D. is Director of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity at Christopher Newport University, in Newport News, VA. Prior to CNU, he was a professor of English, first at Black Hills State University in Spearfish, SD, and then, for thirteen years, at The Sage Colleges in Troy, NY, where he also served as department chair, directed study abroad, general education, undergraduate research, and was the chair of the faculty development committee and the faculty advisor for the student newspaper. He currently serves as a Councilor in the Undergraduate Research Program Division of the Council for Undergraduate Research and is on the Foundation Board for the Newport News Public Library. In his recent book, The Seven Deadly Sins: How Sin Influenced the West from the Middle Ages to the Modern Era, Dr. Salomon looks at the history of the idea of sin as it has influenced and shaped Western culture, with an emphasis placed on an inter and cross-disciplinary approach. Dr. Salomon also regularly writes for his personal blog, My Two Cents–Not That Anyone Asked.