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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 24 Mar 24

By Sally McCutchion and originally published on medium.com ‘Self interest is of the past. Common interest is for the future’ David Attenborough There is a universal truth that we often lose sight of. At least, I know that I’ve felt detached from this truth during some of the more challenging periods of my life… ~ We live in a world where unique cases of success are admired. ~ We celebrate individual examples of fame or fortune. ~ We seek inspiration in stories of those who have risen above the crowd. Somewhere along the way, we’ve collectively decided to focus on

By Sally McCutchion and originally published on medium.com ‘Self interest is of the past. Common interest is for the future’ David Attenborough There is a universal truth that we often lose sight of. At least, I know that I’ve felt detached from this truth during some of the more challenging periods of my life… ~ We live in a world


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Oct 23

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine This is our 50th Editorial! We have completed 100 months of continuous publishing! High fives with all of the dozens of wonderful people who were and are dedicated to bringing you news from the r-evolution in organizations happening worldwide since the 2014 publication of Frederic Laloux’s book Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating Organizations from the Next Stage of Human Consciousness. It has now been translated into 19 languages, sold over 800,000 copies worldwide, and is available in many formats, including multiple translations of the Illustrated (simpler) version. We at Enlivening Edge see

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine This is our 50th Editorial! We have completed 100 months of continuous publishing! High fives with all of the dozens of wonderful people who were and are dedicated to bringing you news from the r-evolution in organizations happening worldwide since the 2014 publication of Frederic Laloux’s book Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Oct 23

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine Read the first:  Special Collection #1: Answers to “What is Teal?” In the future, browse all Special Collections from our top menu under Magazine. Introduction to Special Collections This article is the second in a series which brings to you a whole new way to find useful information and benefit from the free online library of now 1393 articles that Enlivening Edge Magazine has published in our 100 months since July 2015. We’ve noticed that even people who read articles don’t realize that within our library are answers to their questions, guidance for

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine Read the first:  Special Collection #1: Answers to “What is Teal?” In the future, browse all Special Collections from our top menu under Magazine. Introduction to Special Collections This article is the second in a series which brings to you a whole new way to find useful information and benefit from the free


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Apr 23

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine When you were a preschooler, you probably answered that question with how many years old you were, right? But now that you’re bigger, the question gets another kind of answer. What I’m asking you here is in relation to your work. All of these questions are the same question about how big you are: If you and your work are the center of some concentric circles of greater or lesser directness of interaction, how many folks are in the larger circles, and how could you relate more directly to some of them? How

By Lia Aurami for Enlivening Edge Magazine When you were a preschooler, you probably answered that question with how many years old you were, right? But now that you’re bigger, the question gets another kind of answer. What I’m asking you here is in relation to your work. All of these questions are the same question about how big you


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