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JOAN LAINE EMBRACING CHANGE
Joan is a lively, talented coach who readily reaches out to engage, is curious and sees the bigger picture. She has commenced a new series of podcasts, conversations with fellow coaches and change makers.
BUDDHIST RETREAT CENTRE, IXOPO
I am down to run a 2-day workshop on gentle activism from 9th to 11th November, 2020.
I hope tere are enough subscribers as live courses again become possible. The serene setting is one of the best in the world.
RE-IMAGINING THE FUTURE
I'm so please to be providing inputs to an exciting, timely course being offered by the Charter for Compassion. Take a look. Join in!
KIMBERLEY BARKER, author, educator, speaker in Michigan is putting together and asked me to share in a webinar on Ancient wisdom for Modern Workplaces. Diarise 10th December, 2020 https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ancient-wisdom-for-modern-workplaces-tickets-125375813433
A new article in the Member's Article Archive covers the many uses of story in project work - important at a time when many organisations are becoming more project-based
A second article in a series on story tools for coaches, on Listening, has been submitted. Their next publication is due first week of November, 2020
Mary-Alice Arthur has put together an excellent compendium on all aspects of story, which gets released before year end. Watch out for it. I am delighted to be able to endorse her book.
"Four givens are particularly relevant for psychotherapy: the inevitability of death for each of us and for those we love; the freedom to make our lives as we will; our ultimate aloneness; and, finally, the absence of any obvious meaning or sense to life" - Irvin Yalom
"In every act of rebellion, the rebel simultaneously experiences a feeling of revulsion at the infringement of his rights and a complete and spontaneous loyalty to certain aspects of himself" - Albert Camus
"The affirmation implicit in every act of rebellion is extended to something that transcends the individual in so far as it withdraws him from his supposed solitude and provides him with a reason to act" - Albert Camus
"The universe is an indivisible whole rather than elements that interact separately" - David Bohm
“Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question” - Prof Yuval Noah Harari
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