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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 31 Jul 22

@bonnittaroy @jgreenhall @owocki @paulg @TheAnnaGat @danielschmach @NateHagan It seems to me that the very act of doing accounting using mainly abstract variables (GDP, CO2 emissions, etc) obscures the thing it’s trying to measure. Not to say it’s useless, just that it seems to be a rather blunt tool for decision making.

@bonnittaroy @jgreenhall @owocki @paulg @TheAnnaGat @danielschmach @NateHagan It seems to me that the very act of doing accounting using mainly abstract variables (GDP, CO2 emissions, etc) obscures the thing it’s trying to measure. Not to say it’s useless, just that it seems to be a rather blunt tool for decision making.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 29 Jul 22

“The usual human animal brain divides the world into attractive, repulsive or irritatingly ambivalent phenomena, but the brain we need today must start to find almost everything to be *interestingly* ambivalent.” @laymanpascal laymanpascal.substack.com/p/hot-lame-and…

“The usual human animal brain divides the world into attractive, repulsive or irritatingly ambivalent phenomena, but the brain we need today must start to find almost everything to be *interestingly* ambivalent.” @laymanpascal laymanpascal.substack.com/p/hot-lame-and…


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 29 Jul 22

In service to Life Through regenerative cultures As our archetypal roles With our gifts https://t.co/hA7He83Msx Quoted tweet from @euvieivanova: “First the who, then the how” 1. Who are the right people? 2. What are their archetypal roles? 3. What are their gifts? How do they serve? 4. What are their unmet needs? 5. What’s the context that meets all of the above? This is the collaboration framework that’s coming to me.

In service to Life Through regenerative cultures As our archetypal roles With our gifts https://t.co/hA7He83Msx Quoted tweet from @euvieivanova: “First the who, then the how” 1. Who are the right people? 2. What are their archetypal roles? 3. What are their gifts? How do they serve? 4. What are their unmet needs? 5. What’s the context that meets all of …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 29 Jul 22

@csageland @socialroots_io @RobertHaisfield @FISSIONcodes @bmann @TheAnnaGat Let’s do it

@csageland @socialroots_io @RobertHaisfield @FISSIONcodes @bmann @TheAnnaGat Let’s do it


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Jul 22

@OortCloudAtlas @BerkeleyAlembic @GabrielSchama Beautiful

@OortCloudAtlas @BerkeleyAlembic @GabrielSchama Beautiful


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Jul 22

“The most important things are our relationships, health, contribution in the world, and our need for support. We’re going to need each other more than ever as we go into these times ahead – consciously, mindfully & with care for each other and all life.” @sheriherndon

“The most important things are our relationships, health, contribution in the world, and our need for support. We’re going to need each other more than ever as we go into these times ahead – consciously, mindfully & with care for each other and all life.” @sheriherndon


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Jul 22

My sense is that the decision making needs to happen in that order, while the exploration with each person needs to be done in the reverse order (needs, gifts, role, fit)

My sense is that the decision making needs to happen in that order, while the exploration with each person needs to be done in the reverse order (needs, gifts, role, fit)


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Jul 22

“First the who, then the how” 1. Who are the right people? 2. What are their archetypal roles? 3. What are their gifts? How do they serve? 4. What are their unmet needs? 5. What’s the context that meets all of the above? This is the collaboration framework that’s coming to me.

“First the who, then the how” 1. Who are the right people? 2. What are their archetypal roles? 3. What are their gifts? How do they serve? 4. What are their unmet needs? 5. What’s the context that meets all of the above? This is the collaboration framework that’s coming to me.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Jul 22

@gregorylent 🙏

@gregorylent 🙏


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Jul 22

When their canoes capsized, their bags got washed down the river. No camping gear, no firestarter, no food. Luckily they had a satellite phone and reached our campsite’s landline. No one was injured but they were shaken. “I’m so happy to talk to a human”, he said to me.

When their canoes capsized, their bags got washed down the river. No camping gear, no firestarter, no food. Luckily they had a satellite phone and reached our campsite’s landline. No one was injured but they were shaken. “I’m so happy to talk to a human”, he said to me.


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