Bridging some thoughts first
I got up early to watch the landing of the NASA vehicle “curiosity” live. Actually I have my reservations to spend so much money in space missions while the urgent challenges on our precious planet Earth wait for our collective action. But watching the cheering of the team made clear that this thing is connected to the issue of social capital, creating collaborative culture – and how the impossible is made possible when there is a unifying vision! And let me associate with the name of that vehicle another thought: Curiosity is a source and virtue of the folks bridging networks and domains, bravely jumping between huge gaps – what do you think?
Gorgeous project ENPRAXIS LUGAR PROJECT (PHILIPPINES)
Land Use and Green Advocacy Revolution. 2020 Ecopreneurs by 2020 (ning community)
I could not wait to add this project to our newly created link list on Google drive: http://bit.ly/LBLINKLIST (= Living Bridges link list). – Please add your best links related to projects, social capital practice and especially bridging here anywhere and anytime: http://bit.ly/LBLINKSFORM – in just 5 seconds, no registration required.
Five stages of tribal leadership
Most of you know Logan’s TED talk – if not, then please watch instantly! I want to share with you that great graphics, that I found on the ENPRAXIS LUGAR PROJECT community site. All the best for you folks! – And you, dear user, feel free to download this graphics as a screen background delivering essential wisdom 🙂
(posted, fully responsible: Willi)