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Brief week-day posts and longer weekend reflections. Here are the last six - see more on the Quiet Disruptors Blog
Our role in a bigger story?
by Sue on November 20, 2018 at 10:48 am
I wonder whose story we are part of. In our dominant western culture, we do tend to think in terms of our individual lives. What’s the story we tell ourselves and others about who we are and what we’re about. But actually, even then we are part of a bigger relational narrative. What we do … Our role in a bigger story? Read More » The post Our role in a bigger story? appeared first on Quiet Disruptors. […]
Looking and seeing
by Sue on November 19, 2018 at 10:59 am
It’s Monday morning and unusually for me I’ve just done the weekly family shop. Wandering down the aisles people are in a daze. Going slower than the usual Saturday crowd. Is this just Monday morning shoppers? There wasn’t a big match last night – Wales played Tonga on Saturday. Actually, over the weekend the supermarket … Looking and seeing Read More » The post Looking and seeing appeared first on Quiet Disruptors. […]
by Steve Heatherington on November 18, 2018 at 9:17 pm
Asking again… There’s so much we need to re-learn if we’re really going to make a difference, including unblocking asking ourselves questions. But it’s worth it. The post Asking again… appeared first on Quiet Disruptors. […]
The power of asking…
by Sue on November 16, 2018 at 10:00 am
Why do we find it so difficult to ask? Whether this is asking for help, for someone to do something for us, for information or advice. Or to be listened to, and be taken seriously (or not so seriously). We struggle. Or at least I struggle. But isn’t this so stupid! What it actually says … The power of asking… Read More » The post The power of asking… appeared first on Quiet Disruptors. […]
It takes real courage
by Sue on November 15, 2018 at 10:00 am
It takes courage to leap across a chasm, or reach out in the dark. It takes more than we think we have, to stretch out beyond our boundaries. To do things that are uncomfortable, that we might not feel sufficiently confident to attempt. Or requires us to relinquish control. We could fail… So why do … It takes real courage Read More » The post It takes real courage appeared first on Quiet Disruptors. […]
by Sue on November 14, 2018 at 10:07 am
Bold has two slightly different meanings depending on whether it’s applied to a person or to an object. This is really interesting because I wonder if we tend to confuse the two. An object displays boldness on the outside – having a strong, vivid or clear appearance. And conjures up the idea of being striking, … Be bold! Read More » The post Be bold! appeared first on Quiet Disruptors. […]
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