Ikigai as a business model? It is to me. Recently, I participated in a thought-provoking conversation with three women. We explored the topic of entrepreneurship and business development by women. How can we develop a business model that more intentionally
One book closes; another opens. My family’s new camping journal is underway, unexpectedly leading me to think about camping, journaling, and facilitation, and what they have in common. For more than 30 years, my family has written a journal about
What a joy to read this book titled “facilitating authentic participation” by James M. Campbell. The author describes and summarizes much of what I have learned from 25 years of facilitating individuals in groups as they converse, discuss and decide. I
What do my facilitation business, the Ikigai concept and the Wellness Incorporated book have in common?
Do what you love, do what you are good at, do what the world needs, and do what you can be paid for. These four statements are based on ikigai, a Japanese concept meaning “a reason for being”. For 25