Archive for December, 2012

  • Wellbeing + Strategy

    • Greg edited this leader-to-leader blog for 4 years

      Editor & writer coach for 4 years

    • Greg edited this leader-to-leader blog for 4 years

      Official blog of Wisdom Works

    • Greg edited this leader-to-leader blog for 4 years

      Worked with 7 different writers

    • Greg edited this leader-to-leader blog for 4 years

      A leader-to- leader blog by performance coaches

    A Leader to Leader Conversation

    Editor and writer coach, official blog of Wisdom Works, 2009-2012

    GREG COACHED SEVEN DIFFERENT writers and edited this blog for four years. Formerly known as “Lead, Perform, Sustain,” the blog addresses issues of wellbeing and sustainability for leaders at both the personal and organizational level.

  • When a Movie Really Moves People

    • Greg

      Feature article, Steamboat Magazine

    Published in Steamboat Magazine‘s 50th Anniversary Edition

    Steamboat Magazine 50th AnniversarySteamboat film writer & director inspired by adaptive sports

    CONTRIBUTORS – Greg I. Hamilton’s film writing/directing debut, “The Movement,” was selected for Sundance and 20 other festivals, winning five awards to date. His article, p. 60, shares the inspiration behind the film, a story which spans six decades. Hamilton’s writing has been published in the Huffington Post, Warren Miller’s SnoWorld magazine, Frontier Airlines’ Wild Blue Yonder, and Park City Magazine. He spent 10 years with Warren Miller Films and holds an anthropology degree he says he uses every day – particularly at the bar. He lives and writes in Steamboat Springs and is currently finishing a book about “The Movement.”

    IN JANUARY 2010 right here on my home slopes of Steamboat I saw a blind snowboarder. Facing his instructor, arm-in-arm, the two of them looked like dancers waltzing down the mountain. Moments later later a paraplegic caught air in the half-pipe, much to his instructor’s chagrin. It was like something out of a dream. … Read full article at