Belonging in groups

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

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Tenneson Woolf writes some thoughts about how to create resiliency in groups. Some good ideas here. I’ve been reflecting in particular on these: letting go of “aloneness” and its sister:

Belonging — Presume connection until apprehended. With colleagues. With community. With purpose.

I that’s one I need to practice more!

I also liked Tim Merry’s aphorism:

Be yourself. Everybody else is taken.

Hat tip: Geoff Brown’s tweet

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