We feel anxious, uncertain and sometimes even like an imposter when we do something new. Feelings are real, true, and not the whole picture.
From the Blog on Identity
Challenging our stereotypes do not threaten the majority, it simply creates possibility for those who didn’t think it was ok.
People are often like swans. Effortlessly gliding through the water, but our feet are furiously paddling below the surface, hissing when another gets too close.
One of the change rituals is similar to the leave and cleave ritual in marriage ceremonies. Intentional rituals help mark the change for people.
We need people who feel like imposters to share their perspectives and viewpoints. It is not about who’s right and wrong, it’s about learning
here are 4 considerations when thinking about identity, especially inclusive ID or identity for all and no, biometrics does not feature.
Acknowledging the cacophony of emotions is a critical part of change, understanding they won’t go away, but should not stop the journey.
When we are clear on our identity. Other people’s views are a starting point of a journey that you can take them on.
There are countless reasons someone wants to be anonymous. However, we also don’t want to be truly anonymous. So we need to understand why