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Hi, I’m Richard

The Challenge of Technology in every age begs the question, "How should we live our journey in life?"  The one question that we all must grapple with, no matter our background, is how we observe, discern, judge, and act in a manner that brings about the greater good for the common good of all who are on this planet.
Nota Bene: Exploring the Intersection of Artificial Intelligence, Machines, and Human Life.
In 2035, Will we become a society that no longer determines one's self-worth based on your career, job, or what you do to earn a living? Will our focus shift to People, Planet, Education, and the Welfare of all Beings? Why your only job that matters is to be HUMAN. 
Technology is Anthropology
Understanding that Technology is Anthropology is an approach to
living life as a human being and knowing how to decide & thrive through Cultural Change & Emerging Technology.  Are We Ready to Explore? Are we ready to Innovate-educate-Collaborate?
Killer Story Teller!
Inspiring Stories, facts, experience, wisdom, and fun that energies audiences to embrace a brave new world.  
Historian | Futurist | AI Ethicist |  Speaker | 



Available for:


Speaking & Workshops

Panel Groups & Retreats

Book Clubs & Discussion Groups


Formats can be both In Person and Virtual.


My Musing Blogs:



Random Thoughts & Postings

Twitter:  @putzmanmusing 

Threads: @putzmanmusing

Cell: Voice/Text









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“The overall program met all of my expectations and then some. It provided us with excellent real life examples to learn from and how to implement the change in the weeks to come.”


     ~David L. Cunningham, Jr.

      FedEx President: Asia Pacific Division



I would trade all of my technology for an afternoon with Socrates.” ~Steve Jobs, 2001                     

"Life is this simple: we are living in a world that is absolutely transparent, and the divine is shining through it all the time. This is not just a nice story or a fable; it is true. ”
                                         ~Thomas Merton

Luke, you're going to find that many of the truths we cling to depend greatly on our own point of view.” ~“The truth is often what we make of it; you heard what you wanted to hear, believed what you wanted to believe.” 

                                       ~Obi-Wan Kenobi 



“Great workshop and presentation.  When our staff first experienced this seminar in Orlando they said others in the Siemens Organization needed to see it and learn from it. So, we put on three more workshops for Siemens globally.  We felt the message and seminar should be experienced not only by Siemens but also with our customers, so he was also was our keynote speaker for Siemens' Customer Appreciation Day.”

                           ~ Michael Philpott

              CEO: Siemens Canada Limited

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