An appreciative approach to catastrophizing – find the relationship that you believe is jeopardized and build on that
An Indonesian though leader on appreciative inquiry and leadership greeted me this morning.
I don’t speak Indonesian, but I found an pertinent poem in English on his website to illustrate the difficult idea that we are our relationship with the world (difficult at least for Westerners).
I’ve always wanted to let readers download posts, presentations and white papers from my blog, but I didn’t know how.
The answer is a Download Manager. This is how I plumbed mine.
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