The Focus Episode 31: Linda Rising

In which we interview Linda Rising

We discuss:

  • Effective ways of introducing new ideas, discovered through much struggle
  • Fearless Change
  • More Fearless Change
  • Telling stories that involve people emotionally
  • Attempting big change is usually unsustainable. Instead, growing ideas and approaches together organically works much better.
  • We cannot take everyone with us. For any new idea, there will be champions and early adopters, but there will be laggards as well.
  • What genuine diversity is about
  • Braver Angels
  • Daniel Kahneman’s Thinking Fast and Slow
  • Jonathan Haidt’s Happiness Hypothesis
  • Menlo Innovations
  • Building trust by sharing food together
  • The ease with which we get divided into groups, and yet we all overestimate the number of nickels in a jar
  • The miracle of agape
  • Embracing both the early adopters and the laggards
  • Choosing worthy targets
  • Dealing with ego
  • The magic of hope
  • Suzanne Simard’s Finding the Mother Tree
  • Peter Wohlleben’s The Hidden Life of Trees
  • Linda’s intentions as a Mother Tree for us

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