Archive | Livelihood

How to love your job: 8 tips for enlivening your livelihood.

‘Your work is your love made visible’ Kahlil Gibran Are you running on the treadmill of a job you don’t enjoy? And are you staying so you can still pay the bills? How much is this draining your energy and your zest for life? Our culture attempts to persuade us that duty, ability, status and […]

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Rekindling the Children’s Fire

Who are you? Are you brave? Do you have freedom of thought? A powerful story, delivered by the one and only Tim’Mac’Macartney of Embercombe, for you to savour and share over the bank holiday weekend. In this short and poignant video he starts with a fundamental question about how we govern ourselves in alignment with […]

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Shifting Values: Is it futile to try to change our culture?

I feel so blessed when I am working closely and deeply with people who are at the leading edge of positive transitions in our culture. Some people call them changemakers. What I’ve noticed as a theme present with many changemakers is energy management – not of the fossil fuel or renewable variety, but personal energy […]

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How feminine is your approach to work?

The future of work, in a truly sustainable and resilient society, is in nurturing relationships and this is where the feminine part of our human makeup excels, or at least the mature feminine does. Working relationships are becoming more and more about connectivity: cooperation rather than competition, encouraging each other rather than eliminating the opposition. […]

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Materialism: So you think you’re not hooked?

‘Understanding ourselves, we come to understand all things, but if we seek to understand all things without knowing the nature of our own awareness, great will be our calamity.’ David Frawley What does addiction have to do with a simple and sacred existence? How can owning it in ourselves lead us to our authenticity? You […]

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Creative Problem-Solving in the Face of Extreme Limits

  What kind of entrepreneurial solutions and innovations do we most need in a rapidly changing world? How do we face local and global challenges whilst also being kind to the planet? In this captivating presentation, Najiv Radjou outlines the main principles of frugal innovation – creating more economic and social value from limited resources. […]

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