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Making Big Personal Decisions About the Pandemic
Everyone deserves to make informed decisions without threat, bullying, coercion. However, when it comes to government (elected to serve themselves?) - imposed regulations around the world, and arrangements for 'vaccinating' the population, Alas, that is not happening
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I’m writing this newsletter a few days after the death of one of my heroes, Edward de Bono. I attended some of his workshops, loved his insights and passion regarding thinking, have applied his methods when working with groups of people on problem-solving, decision-making and sense-making challenges. His teaching on lateral thinking, the 6 hats methodology, and other related topics have continued to be liberating. De Bono always advocated that deep thinking skills be taught in schools. It’s about time that happened. May he rest in peace.
COACHING NEWS AFRICA
In the Latest Coaching News Africa, my article on coaches' presence is on page 11.https://sacoachingnews.co.za/gallery/CoachingNewsDotAfrica%20Vol%203%20Issue%205.pdf
The magazine may be accessed and downloaded free of charge
Article 4 of 6 “To hear is to see” may now be accessed. It covers purpose and vision
Good progress is being made on the story and circle work module (5 webinars in all)for head teachers
"Can we rely on it that a ‘turning around’ will be accomplished by enough people quickly enough to save the modern world?
This question is often asked, but whatever answer is given to it will mislead.
The answer ‘yes’ would lead to complacency; the answer ‘no’ to despair. It is desirable to leave these perplexities behind us and get down to work" - E. F. Schumacher
"The human heart, this vital core of the human self, holds the power to destroy democracy or to make it whole. That is why our nineteenth-century visitor, Alexis de Tocqueville, insisted in his classic Democracy in America that democracy’s future
would depend heavily on generations of American citizens cultivating the habits of the heart that support political wholeness" - Parker Palmer
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