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Getting Out Of My Head: My “Presence” Practice

How to Save the World

F or the last few weeks I’ve been practicing learning to be “present” using a combination of methods from Adyashanti, Eckart Tolle, Richard Moss and Gabor Maté (more about him in a later post). Despite this, they have depth, presence … they look real.

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CleverWorkarounds » The facets of collaboration Part 2–Enter the matrix!

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Finally I outlined a simple mental model that I developed that I have found to be quite a useful method to look at collaboration more holistically and help with the user engagement and information architecture aspects of SharePoint governance. Mental models are a little like that too.

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Distracted

How to Save the World

Economies evolve, they aren’t designed. “You think sex is the answer to everything, even though you yourself wrote recently — and I quote — ‘ecstasy is not the same as presence’ It’s not nirvana, it’s a form of escapism, Spencer.

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What You Can Do: A Framework for Personal Action (version 0.9)

How to Save the World

have been mostly checklists, and I thought this time I'd try to provide a model, a process that each individual can tailor to her or his own capacities, abilities and passions. It also draws on the work of Richard Moss, Otto Scharmer, and my book Finding the Sweet Spot. Richard Moss argues. And we can then bring that attention and presence to everything we do, and we're going to need it! STEP 8: CREATE NEW, NATURAL STRUCTURES AND MODELS.