Quiet Disruptors Community

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Brief week-day posts and longer weekend reflections. Here are the last six - see more on the Quiet Disruptors Blog

  • The power of stories
    by Sue on January 16, 2019 at 10:17 am

    We are hungry for meaning and connection, not more facts and concepts. The post The power of stories appeared first on Quiet Disruptors. […]

  • Looking from the wrong end
    by Sue on January 15, 2019 at 11:00 am

    Have you ever looked down a telescope or pair of binoculars from the wrong end? It is a bit disorientating. The image is in miniature, a very long way off. This morning I realised that I may be looking at my new beginning from the wrong end. Expecting things to be in the distance – … Looking from the wrong end Read More » The post Looking from the wrong end appeared first on Quiet Disruptors. […]

  • Sprouting seeds
    by Sue on January 14, 2019 at 10:07 am

    This lovely metaphor of a sprouting seed was offered by a Canadian colleague in the Right Company. Thanks Dawn Kotzer. It’s a powerful reminder that the seeds within us, and those we have sown, have to germinate if they are going to be any use. To anyone. They have to break open and let the … Sprouting seeds Read More » The post Sprouting seeds appeared first on Quiet Disruptors. […]

  • What is the change you are seeking to make?
    by Sue on January 13, 2019 at 3:06 pm

    Only people make change. So what will help you unearth and own the change that you are seeking to make? The post What is the change you are seeking to make? appeared first on Quiet Disruptors. […]

  • Keep opening the (grace) gifts!
    by Sue on January 11, 2019 at 11:34 am

    Christmas is long gone. The gifts we gave and were given have been used, put away, or recycled. Everything is boxed up for another year. We stepped out, across the threshold, into a new beginning. We’ve taken a few steps. Maybe run a little, and maybe faltered and feel a bit exposed. That’s how I felt … Keep opening the (grace) gifts! Read More » The post Keep opening the (grace) gifts! appeared first on Quiet Disruptors. […]

  • Unfurling the grace of beginning
    by Sue on January 10, 2019 at 10:59 am

    “Though your destination is not yet clear You can trust the promise of this opening; Unfurl yourself into the grace of beginning That is at one with your life‘s desire.“ I am still working with, and delighting in, John O’Donohue‘s blessing: For a new beginning.  I hope you don’t mind… Summoning the courage to cross … Unfurling the grace of beginning Read More » The post Unfurling the grace of beginning appeared first on Quiet Disruptors. […]


Nurturing Quiet Disruptors not only has a huge impact on individuals, but also on organisations too. Releasing powerful curiosity, targeted creativity and driven by clear conviction, they will shift the way you thrive in our complex, post-industrial era.

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