Ayla Schlosser first became familiar with the Storytelling for Leadership framework in 2010, when she discovered the difference between standing up for an idea and having the confidence to stand up for herself. Ayla searched for opportunities to use storytelling [...]
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Barefoot Artists brings the transformative power of art to the most impoverished communities in the world through participatory and multifaceted projects that foster community empowerment, improve the physical environment, promote economic development, and preserve and support indigenous art and culture. [...]
Ibu Robin Lim is an advocate for parental rights and birth without violence. Trained as a midwife, she has gone into devastated areas with limited medical supplies to deliver babies. Lim is a proponent of gentle birth and has [...]
On a 160 acre cattle ranch on the Big Island of Hawaii, Antonio Wuttke is establishing patterns and systems for a permaculture food forest farm. The project merges integrative health, environmental responsibility, and social change inspiring community members to become active [...]
We are living in a profoundly beautiful, yet complicated world. Within some, but not all of our reach, are new advances in science, technology and medicine. Access to education and new technology have become available in ways that we [...]
As we write in our book “Stories are rich and complex. Those we know and those we have never met pass stories down through the ages, creating an ancestral thread to the past and casting a line into the future [...]
A Child's View As Thaïs and I began thinking about this concept of Do No Harm, responsibility, and how it effects the way we live and work, it became clear to me how important my early childhood experiences would play [...]
When Wendy and I spoke about sharing how we each came to write our book, Do No Harm: Mindful Engagement for a World in Crisis, I was reminded of my childhood growing up in the Santa Clara Valley in California [...]
By three methods we may learn wisdom: first, by reflection, which is the noblest; second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest Confucius What is required to work in ways that Do No [...]