Betty Sue Flowers – The Remarkable Betty Sue Flowers

by on October 1, 2004      

in Business

Betty Sue Flowers

Betty Sue Flowers

Betty Sue Flowers is a divine inspiration and a master rainmaker. She has been a midwife for more change agents, leaders, authors, and storytellers around the world than we could ever realize. She is the former director of the LBJ Presidential Library in Austin, TX, a Global Business Network member, a NASA consultant, a member of the Envisioning Network for General Motors, a writer of global scenarios for Shell Oil International in London, and a member of the World Business Council in Geneva. Betty Sue Flowers was Bill Moyers’ co-editor for Healing and the Mind and A World of Ideas, and was very helpful to the late Joseph Campbell in the production of The Power of Myth. Betty Sue Flowers is also the author of Extending the Shade, Browning and the Modern Tradition, and the co-editor of The Last Word on Power and Fathers & Daughters.

Very few people have had such a profound impact on so many. Tune in to hear from Betty Sue Flowers, an amazing woman who has navigated the most influential and delicate circles in modern history.

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1 Glauco Caon February 15, 2010 at 10:22 pm

Thank you both for providing to the Internet this remarkable conversation!
The introduction alone to the myth concept at the beggining could have been enough for many weeks of mental digestion.


2 Yoana January 7, 2015 at 9:01 am

Hey, I know it’s late.. 10 years later, but what about the rules Betty Sue Flowers mentioned at the end? It is mentioned that they are supposed to be at the website? Can you tell me where I can find them? Thanks in advance 🙂


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