WISDOM CIRCLES: Sparking Insight Via Personal Story Telling

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A powerful way to help people share their wisdom with each other in organizations and communities.

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WISDOM CIRCLES: Sparking Insight Via Personal Story Telling

  1. 1. Wisdom Circles“The universe is not made of atoms, it’s made of stories.”
  2. 2. Wisdom Circles go beyond “business as usual,” and beyond “best practices”. They provide an engaging opportunity for people to share what they are really learning on the job – not just information, but transformation. About life. About trust. About teamwork, intuition, patience, adaptability, perseverance, co urage, creativity, kindness, an d any number of other “life lessons” that human beings are here to
  3. 3. YOU ARE INVITED! As as highly regarded member of the human race, you are invited to join a newly launched, monthly online forum we are calling “wisdom circles” – a chance for you and open-minded people like yourself to share memorable “moments of truth” on-the-job – moments when a problem was solved in a new way or some unexpected learning happened that would be useful and inspiring to share with others.
  4. 4. The only thing you need to do to prepare for a WISDOM CIRCLE is recall a “moment of truth” that happened to you on the job and be ready to share it. You don’t need to be a master story teller and your moment of truth doesn’t need to be earth shattering – just something that got your attention and sparked an insight, aha, good feeling, or helped you solve a problem in a new way. Simple pre-work will be emailed to you in the next few weeks to help you prepare your story.
  5. 5. WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU? Inspiration Insight Learning Growth Breakthrough Connection Community Fun Creativity
  6. 6. What’s Your Story?
  7. 7. "We need to look hard at the stories we create, and wrestle with them. Retell and retell them, and work with them like clay. It is in the retelling and returning that they give us their wisdom.” - Marni Gillard
  8. 8. Thank You for being willing to support my GoFundMe campaign and help get millions of meaningful wisdom stories out into the world. Mitch Ditkoff mitch@ideachampions.com

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