Another theme in Nik’s post on Curiosity and Vulnerability, is being curious about what lays hidden beneath, causing “resistance, obfuscation, evasion and even aggression.”
In an idle moment, my daughter Googled ‘Millennials are...’…
December 11 @ 12:30 - 4:30 pm
Dec. 11, 12:30 – 4:30
Spadina Centre for Social Innovation,
215 Spadina Ave., Toronto
Potluck Lunch @ 12:30
Curiosity Labs or open to all & free of charge.
Take a breath.
Nik ended his vulnerability blog with “vulnerability ... requires bravery and courage. Bravery and courage are the attributes of warriors. So, to remain steadfastly curious, you need to be a warrior.” It reminds me that there is also…
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We held our very first workshop, Cultivating Competence in Curiosity, on October 1 - 2, 2015. A full-scale test run you could say. Our first cohort were fantastically engaged and engaging, smart, honest and generous, and we were just plain…
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