We live in a relational world, where people, places, and things are connected to one another. In the case of human networks, we Network Science folks like to refer to pipes, and processors ...
... at intersitio, we wholly applaud and support the action of written reflection and sensemaking which is critical to Mr. Dalio’s endeavour … however, we do have a couple of concerns, which we thought would be a good subject of today’s post!
I came across this phrase during my recent reading of William Davies’ The Happiness Industry. Kant claimed that it captured the entire spirit of The Enlightment and that we, as a people, could engage in intellectual self-liberation through reason.
Here at interstitio, we do business with a variety of amazing clients. We recently worked with a wild-and-groovy for-profit organization interested in anchoring some of their work on individual transformation to rigorous concepts from the social sciences. This team didn’t just want to talk about their work, they wanted to talk about their work with confidence and humility, connecting it to the cutting edge of what’s known about behavior change.
This post is coming to you from Elizabeth Blank, resident intern at interstitio.
Our friends at The Intraprenuer Lab recently invited us to spend some time with their most recent cohort of changemakers in the hope that we would could strike up a rousing conversation on the ‘Spirit of Cooperative Endeavour’.