It’s a topical time to be discussing change as we are living in very quickly-changing times. Some call it “global weirding” because everything: climate, politics, food, economic ecosystems, technology, artificial intelligence, and health care; seems to be changing or begging to be changed. Dynamic means the only thing constant is change.
How can we help people remain wise and kind through the tumult of uncertainty?
Change is essential, because change is what enables us to learn and grow. At any moment, we are either contributing or contaminating, resisting with idleness or choosing to accept the mission to march forth on this quest to co-create the change we are after.