Our job as change makers is to start the sea change. To start small, being consistent, and drip by drip by drip the tide changes.
From the Blog on Change
Change makers challenge culture. Stories help because they enable people themselves to reconsider what they believe to be possible.
There is something special when beauty and simplicity come together, especially in communication. It tends to stick with you for a long time.
‘We didn’t do it like that in my day.’ We’ve likely all heard that said to us before. Perhaps we’ve also said it.
There is something wonderful, about documenting daily. It allows you to look back, to reflect, and to ‘see’ the change that has occured.
There is a fine line between stubborn and consistency. Change is disruptive to both and often response is more stubbornness.
Fear and anxiety can be both rationale and irrational. And yet, it always feels rationale to person experiencing it.
Our kids don’t like trying new things…it’s even worse for adults. Change is not a solo endeavour. How can we make it a group effort?
Often change makers are shame handlers. Not intentionally, but it seems to come with the job. How we respond has significant impact.