Surviving and Thriving. Community Wisdom

A couple of weeks ago I wrote a piece on surviving and thriving. I invited folk to contribute their surviving and thriving thoughts and ideas, so that these could in turn, be shared with you. Eleven interesting people with interesting and useful things to say got in touch with me. Some I know well, some I know a little and some I’d not met before. The ideas shared encompass leadership, purpose and great learning.

And here they are, as promised, for you. Just click the front cover image to download your free Surviving and Thriving mini ebook. I hope you enjoy reading it and I hope you enjoy putting some of the ideas into action.

Surviving and Thriving Book Cover

Thanks to Terry Seamon, Hilary Jeanes, Karen Drury, Alison Smith, Shereen Qutob Cabral, Craig Althof, Bill Lamphear, David Zinger, Dorothy Matthew, Nigel Bird, Ian Sutherland, Beth Raymond and Lisa Sansom. I’m grateful to you all for taking the time and trouble to get in touch.

Author: Doug Shaw

Artist and Consultant. Embracing uncertainty, sketching myself into existence. Helping people do things differently, through an artistic lens.

2 thoughts on “Surviving and Thriving. Community Wisdom”

  1. Fine stuff Doug and people. A practical challenge I’d like to put (on behalf of my kids, unwittingly): When you were starting out at work in your 20s, how could you have heard this wisdom better, what would you need to learn first in order to learn early what others know? Practical answers only that can be heard by a twenty something

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