Candy Chang – my new favourite TED talk :) Before I die I want to…

I really love public art, and particularly this new variety of public art as community development, which I’ve done a bit of work studying.   It’s probably one of the reasons I like graphic facilitation.   I did a project in a community development class that had to do with this amazing organization, Broken City Lab.   And one of my favourite projects for some time has been this “I Wish This Was…” concept, although I didn’t really pay attention to who had organized it – I think I was just busy at the time… But it was, of course, Candy Chang.   … Continue reading Candy Chang – my new favourite TED talk 🙂 Before I die I want to…

Susan Cain: the power of introverts

Susan Cain’s TED talk has gotten almost 3 million viewers and, more importantly, it seemed for a few months that everywhere I went everyone I met was proudly claiming introversion as a good thing.   These seemed odd.   The first time this happened I was in a group where we were trying to decide how to split up for more focused discussion and I suggested introverts go to one side and extroverts to the other side, and everyone agreed, and then I walked alone to the extrovert side and 19 people walked to the introvert side.   Hmmm…???  So I’ve been meaning … Continue reading Susan Cain: the power of introverts

We are leaning into the future; we are testing the waters… and this is the surprise…

There are a few things I like about this graphic, but mostly I like the idea…  Shelley and I were doing a PATH and the mom, who was so brilliantly present and responsive to the process, suddenly said this, “We are leaning into the future; we are testing the waters… and this is the surprise…”   The surprise is that in that leaning, through the PATH process which engages us in conversations about our dreams and goals and networks (who we will be traveling with), we are already testing the waters, we are already leaning into that future… To learn more … Continue reading We are leaning into the future; we are testing the waters… and this is the surprise…