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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 26 Jul 23

By Jasper Rienstra and originally published on Synnervate Changemakers Do you know that feeling, that you’re not living life to the full? That something is a bit off? There may well be a destination or a higher purpose for you, but somehow that feels vague, and so you don’t pay much attention to these feelings. You’re not alone in this. Many people who are curious about their essence allow misgivings to hold them back. These are my own top five: 1 What am I really saying yes to? In a sense, discovering your own purpose feels like taking the red

By Jasper Rienstra and originally published on Synnervate Changemakers Do you know that feeling, that you’re not living life to the full? That something is a bit off? There may well be a destination or a higher purpose for you, but somehow that feels vague, and so you don’t pay much attention to these feelings. You’re not alone in this.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 15 Apr 23

Note from Enlivening Edge Magazine: Synchronisticly, here is another article related to the upcoming EE Community Conversation April 20 reflecting together on self-care. Register by April 15 to receive access information or email alia@enliveningedge.org after the 15th. By Elizabeth Solomon and originally published in the Teal Team January 2023 newsletter. This quarter’s Teal tips are on WHOLISM, a primary principle of Teal. Tip 1—Grief Steamrolling: In a recent webinar titled ‘Is Work Broken?’ Jane Peterson shared this Tik Tok video. This video testimonial is a sobering and honest window into what so many people are grappling with right now: feeling

Note from Enlivening Edge Magazine: Synchronisticly, here is another article related to the upcoming EE Community Conversation April 20 reflecting together on self-care. Register by April 15 to receive access information or email alia@enliveningedge.org after the 15th. By Elizabeth Solomon and originally published in the Teal Team January 2023 newsletter. This quarter’s Teal tips are on WHOLISM, a primary principle


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 12 Apr 23

Note from Enlivening Edge: This article is especially meaningful in light of the upcoming EE Community Conversation April 20 reflecting together on self-care. Register by April 15 to receive access information. By Betsy Sheppard for Enlivening Edge Magazine All life forms seek to grow toward higher and wider reaches of their own potential, including humans and organizations made up of humans. This evolutionary, aspirational process is how life works until we interfere and try to control it. In today’s modern society, we are over emphasizing some aspects of being human while actively suppressing other aspects that don’t fit accepted norms

Note from Enlivening Edge: This article is especially meaningful in light of the upcoming EE Community Conversation April 20 reflecting together on self-care. Register by April 15 to receive access information. By Betsy Sheppard for Enlivening Edge Magazine All life forms seek to grow toward higher and wider reaches of their own potential, including humans and organizations made up of


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 Jul 20

Authentic Stories in the WorkplaceOn the importance of systems-change leaders bringing their whole selves to work.Photo by Toa Heftiba on UnsplashIn many organisational settings, there is an unspoken agreement of separation between self and work. It was long assumed, in management and organisational theory, that what was going on at home or a person’s experiences outside of work, had no bearing on their ability to run a company, be a good employee, or foster a healthy team culture. Or that they shouldn’t. The occasional exception might have been telling a personal story or anecdote that was of direct relevance to a particular

Authentic Stories in the WorkplaceOn the importance of systems-change leaders bringing their whole selves to work.Photo by Toa Heftiba on UnsplashIn many organisational settings, there is an unspoken agreement of separation between self and work. It was long assumed, in management and organisational theory, that what was going on at home or a person’s experiences outside of work, had no bearing on


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