Challenges

What challenges us enough to get in the way of “Meaningful Work?”

Sometimes we …

  • Don’t listen
  • Lack perspective
  • Are disconnected from our own heart and emotions
  • Have no cross or interdisciplinary influence and body of knowledge to collect evidence to support our intentions
  • Lack time for continuous learning

This can lead to …

  • Narrow minded thinking
  • Extreme thinking
  • Short term thinking
  • False complications
  • Conformity using broken and destructive templates
  • Reduced care for others

This contributes to sleepwalking by …

  • Only looking at the surface layer
  • Not inquiring into the root causes of problems
  • Lacking a respectful, diverse, empathic, global, local, caring and compassionate mindset and attitude to solve problems
  • Not seeing a problem from different angles
  • Accepting only one tempo of work — fast or faster
  • Not giving us time to reflect on what really matters
  • Not seeing or considering the larger consequences of our actions

The result is

  • Being wasteful, cocky, elite & entitled
  • Not being able see or action real global problems

All this challenges us enough to get in the way of “Meaningful Work”

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