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The Changemaker’s Career Masterplan

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You want to do something meaningful? But you have no idea what? And you doubt that you could make a living from it? …

You want to do something meaningful? But you have no idea what? And you doubt that you could make a living from it?

Think again.

Look out for the 7 essential habits that will make becoming a changemaker that is able to decently support him/herself inevitable - and that will make it harder for you if you miss any of them.

This presentation was first held at the imp!act conference in Geneva, Oct 2011 - and to get the full picture of course you need to hear what I say during the presentation ;)

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  • 1. THE CHANGE-MAKER‘SCAREER-MASTERPLAN7 HABITS OF TRULY IMPACTFULCHANGEMAKERS
  • 2. OUTLINEMythbustingRandom InputCoaching
  • 3. THE 3 MOSTPERVASIVEMYTHS
  • 4. YOUR FUTUREIMPACT STORY
  • 5. HOW CHANGEWORKS
  • 6. 1. EXPOSEINJUSTICE
  • 7. 2. SOCIAL AIKIDO
  • 8. 3. DEVELOPALTERNATIVES
  • 9. EXAMPLE:MUHAMMADYUNUS
  • 10. CHANGEMAKING ISLIKE BREATHING
  • 11. THE BIG PICTURE& THE NEXT STEPa „healthy contradiction“
  • 12. THE BIG PICTURE& THE NEXT STEP
  • 13. THE 7 HABITS OFTRULYIMPACTFULCHANGEMAKERS
  • 14. 1. COMMITTINGYOURSELF(And Sticking to Your Topic)
  • 15. 2. RE-CHECKINGWHAT THE WORLDNEEDSOVER AND OVER AGAINAnother one of those „healthy contradictions“
  • 16. 3. DEVELOPINGYOUR PSYCHOLOGYA) BELIEFSB) RESILIENCE & BALANCEC) SERVICED) COACHING (YOURSELF & OTHERS)
  • 17. BE LIKEMÜNCH-HAUSEN!PULLING HIMSELF(AND HIS HORSE!)OUT OF THESWAMP
  • 18. 4. BASING WHATYOU DO ON YOURSTRENGTHS(=PASSIONS)AND DEVELOPING THEM INTO SKILLS
  • 19. 5. DEVELOPINGYOURCOMMUNICATIONSKILLSA) CONFLICT RESOLUTIONB) INSPIRATIONC) „PERSUASION“ (DEALING WITHRESISTANCE)
  • 20. 6. DELIBERATEPRACTICEON PROJECTS AND EVERYTHING
  • 21. 7. DEVELOPINGYOUR SUPPORTNETWORKADAPT YOUR ENVIRONMENT
  • 22. BONUS & ENCORE:8. COMMITTINGYOURSELF! (ANDEMBRACING THE ART OF FAILURE)
  • 23. FAILURE IS FINEBECAUSE:YOU ARE NOTYOUR PROJECTS!
  • 24. SO WHAT TO DONOW?
  • 25. WHAT ARE YOURNEXT STEPS?
  • 26. GET COACHED!
  • 27. WHAT AREYOURTAKEAWAYS?
  • 28. FOR MORE, GO TOWWW.GEORGTARNE.EUOR WWW.BECOMEACHANGEMAKER.COMThis presentation is Licensed under the CC-BY-SA License, excludingall the images that are copyrighted and must not be shared withoutpermission.
  • 29. PIC CREDITSProtest: http://www.3quarksdaily.com (no owner found)The poor poet & Mozart: Wikipedia.org (creative commons)Bamboo 1: tokamuwi / pixelio.de (free to share)Expose Injustice:http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=439x2051621Social Aikido 1: http://www.themmazone.net/Martial-Arts-WP/2010/01/29/what-is-aikido/Social Aikido 2: © William Fernando Martinez/AP (seehttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/picturesoftheday/8883437/Pictures-of-the-day-11-November-2011.html?image=17 )Develop Alternatives: David Shankbone via Wikipedia, CC LicenseAll Yunus Pics from: http://muhammadyunus.com/Bamboo 2: © http://www.blirk.net/zen-wallpaper/8/1280x960/7 dwarves: http://www.flickr.com/photos/57190307@N07/5273779246/ - denise.giraudCommitment: via http://02f6373.netsolhost.com/WordPress/?p=1533Practice: aboutpixel.de Klavierstunde © Friedemann HinscheHilfe: aboutpixel.de Hilfe © Rainer Sturm