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July 16, 2019

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How to Have Difficult Conversations

Between stimulus and response there is a space, in that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.

– Viktor Frankl –

How to Have Difficult Conversations

What if collective introspection would help us to better persuade, to better advocate for a more beautiful world? What are the tools we need to disagree better? How can we improve our ability to listen and learn – especially from those we disagree with? Marcela Lopez Levy asks powerful questions to inspire us and perhaps even entice us in having more difficult conversations. Join her on this journey into open space, non-violent communication and leading forums like the Campaigning forum – where long-term community building is based on cooperation, openness, and not knowing. { read more }

Be The Change

How could you create a safe space in your environment – to make it easier for someone to disagree with you – and still know that they are included and loved? Or maybe from your own perspective – what would you need to feel safe – to openly disagree and to feel good about sharing your different views?

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