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From Walls to Bridges with Story
Story Power can be used to dis-empower and defeat. In these times we must overcome the telling of false stories, and the spread of divisive lies ... and be active for good. Maybe we have reached a critical tipping point? Bridging the walls starts with inner work.
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A blessed, peaceful, stress-free and regenerative Christmas to you all!
With Luke Andreski, a UK-based expert on business ethics and the author of Intelligent Ethics, I've co-authored The Practice of Ethics – A Leadership Guide. We hope the guide will be helpful to corporate and other leaders. The guide incorporates a ready-reference Ethics Map for the leader's top drawer. Please contact me should you want a copy (email@example.com)
The creative arts; drama, visual art, dance, storytelling and music involve creative expression as a means for healing the mind, body and spirit. It is a rare opportunity to find an art space for people to come together to imagine, express, create and explore oneself through art and introspect. See details of this quite unique event in Chennai, being offered at different times during the next 3 months. Details in main body of newsletter.
I've reached over 5000 connections on LinkedIn - without any pushing. Once a critical mass was reached the connection requests happened organically and that momentum has stayed. Interesting ...because I really don't believe that a high number of contacts indicates anything ...
Kiran Singh Sirah describes the role of storytelling as one of the greatest conflict prevention tools that we can use to foster and establish global peaceful communities, and how we might collectively use new storytelling forms to foster collaboration
Dara Marks: The theme of the story holds the writer's views, values, and point of view on life. Every other aspect of the story can be made up and invented, but the thematic intention must be based on what the writer knows to be true. This is not a sociological truth, a religious truth, or a politically correct truth. It is the emotional truth of how the writer perceives the world in which he or she lives.
Stephen Ambrose: It's an honorable profession. Homer founded it. It's not bad company you're in when you make your living telling stories
Joan Didion: We tell ourselves stories in order to live (The White Album)
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