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Episodes Colliding - Opening New Moments of Grace?
Anthony Kasozi
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Anthony Kasozi

Episodes Colliding - Opening New Moments of Grace?

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We have episodes in life. Each one brings its joys or challenges, its strains and stresses. Occasionally an episode we recognise as coming from our pasts returns and brings nothing. Or at least what appears to us in that moment as being insignificant. We experience it. Then it just passes by - as if in orbit around us. It is soon gone - perhaps to return another day. Sometimes, though, old and new episodes meet and collide. Violently, with one unprotected occurrence barging into another that we had hoped to keep separate. It is a snippet of the past smashing... Read more

“Gnothi Seauton” (“Know Thyself”) - a dedication that is part of a well-protected daily practice?
Anthony Kasozi
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Anthony Kasozi

“Gnothi Seauton” (“Know Thyself”) - a dedication that is part of a well-protected daily practice?

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Understanding, listening and learning As leader (of any kind) the best preparation you can have for the challenges you face lies in a) your continual attention to deepening your understanding of yourself and b) your awareness of and ability to listen and learn from the “other(s)” that surround you. This insight has been the repeated conclusion garnered from many interactions with the leaders we coach and consult with every day. Put simply: Given the diverse and unpredictable nature of the challenges and opportunities that you face as a leader every... Read more

What's your story (and who is writing it)?
Anthony Kasozi
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Anthony Kasozi

What's your story (and who is writing it)?

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“In a fractured age, when cynicism is God, here is a possible heresy: we live by stories, we also live in them. One way or another we are living the stories planted in us early or along the way, or we are also living the stories we planted – knowingly or unknowingly – in ourselves. We live stories that either give our lives meaning or negate it with meaninglessness. If we change the stories we live by, quite possibly we change our lives”. from "A Way of Being Free” by Ben Okri  Living a Story Why does it take a shock or crisis... Read more

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