You’ve heard it said, ‘curiousity killed the cat’, but I say it saved her. Curiousity requires courage, a questioning mind, and openness to learning.
From the Blog on Change
Why didn’t we know about it before? Often organisations are a bit like history, there is always more to learn. Things exist that we don’t know about.
Many trees are dropping their nuts. Sometimes change feels a bit like this. A scattering of ideas to countless places.
Stories impact how we experience change. And change itself is a story. And our stories are never finished, they are always ‘to be continued’.
When we needed to push the hut by hand, if the boards are put on top of the previous one, it is like we are trying to push the hut up stairs.
Often the principles we create clash with each other when we try to live them out. Herein lies the tension.
When we are feeling uncertain. We want someone we feel safe with to stay with us, to be nearby, to reassure us we are and will be ok.
Our contact details are shared without our knowledge by organisations and companies often with profit (for them) intention. Perhaps we should ask first?
What do you think? It is a small phrase, but encourages engagement, participation. It opens up the conversation, seeking insight and learning.