Fresh Out: 365ideas4change

Fresh out of inspiration, I am simply sharing some today.

I have nearly finished Blair Singer’s book “Team Code of Honor” (2004, 2012) which I was given in a random draw last week. If you’re feeling stale, uninspired, or just blech, and actually want to be challenged, I strongly recommend the book. It is easy to read, direct, shares openly that a Code of Honour does not mean sunshine and roses all the time, and that accountability is one of the most difficult things to practice.

Mr Singer says that the Code must be very specific – and that’s logical. With apologies to Mr Singer, I’m going to break the rule and use a word that has very wide interpretation. Forgiving my transgression, and in the spirit of 365ideas4change, how’s this for a first agreement on a global-scale Code of Honour: “We treat everything and everyone, including ourselves, with Love”: just for clarity (as required in the book), that includes Tough Love! 🙂

About Julie Courtnage

With training in environmental science, I facilitate 'naked conversations' about sustainable wellbeing. Using facilitation techniques, systems thinking, art, music, writing, movement and photography, we explore the active creation of our uniqueness - personal and collective, as individuals, organisations and society - and our relationships with others, with sustainable wellbeing, and with genuine happiness. This journey of creation is a journey of Love. And fun.
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