Tag Archives: Margaret Wheatley

La Claridad No Tiene Miedo / Clarity Has No Fear

–por Margaret Wheatley  (Feb 08, 2018) [English below] Querer ver claramente es un verdadero acto de valentía. Abrir nuestro corazón y nuestra mente, estar abiert@s a lo que la vida nos ofrece en este momento, requiere un tremendo valor y firmeza. Al … Continue reading

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Disrupt The System

–by Margaret Wheatley  (Jul 17, 2015) Think about how we generally have treated information. We’ve known it was important, but we’ve handled it in ways that have destroyed many of its life-giving properties. For one thing, we haven’t been interested in newness. … Continue reading

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A Call to Fearlessness

–by Margaret Wheatley  The poet, Robert Bly, wrote: “If we don’t lift our voices, we allow others (who are ourselves) to rob the house. Every day we steal from ourselves knowledge gained over a thousand years.” Why do we imprison ourselves? … Continue reading

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Element of Surprise

Margaret Wheatley (Jul 05, 2013) Very little about the emerging nature of life supports who we have tried to be. Life invites us to play along, discovering as we go. Life wants to work with us in surprising ways. We could … Continue reading

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