Healthy & Synchronicity

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I share what has caught my attention lately. Enjoy.

“If it be now, ’tis not to come. If it be not to come, it will be now. If it be not now, yet it will come—the readiness is all.” William Shakespeare via Klara Loots


“One does not substitute oneself for the past, one merely adds to it a new link.” — Paul Cézanne via Leyla Kikukawa


“In psychology, synchronicity is defined as the occurrence of meaningful coincidences that seem to have no cause; that is, the coincidences are acausal. The underlying idea is that there is unity in diversity if the sample size we are looking at is big enough, global even.” — David Amerland


“Healthy communities are a lot less emotionally exciting. They are actually mentally calming places that help people really thoughtfully consider options and support individuals in their growth.” — @rhappe


“Communities are not committees or project teams. People want to join them. Members feel affinity for communities which are centred on learning & improving as a professional. Communities of practice are becoming an essential component of getting work done.” @hjarche


“Maybe, that future of business, that “new normal”, that dream and desire for a “new beginning” are not fulfilled by an “HOW TO” recipe to be executed but through the devotion and commitment to the practice of remembering our humanity and re-imagining it through art (through the hearts).” @FBanishoeib


“Adopt a mutuality mindset by asking follow-up questions & seek sweet spots of mutual interest in conversations to attract diverse allies,to collectively see more sides of a situation (potential problem or opportunity) and make smarter decisions faster together, for each other.” — @KareAnderson


“Out of clutter find simplicity. From discord find harmony. In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.” — Albert Einstein via @swissmiss @johnmaeda


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