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Comments for Thrivable http://thrivable.net Catalyzing a World that Thrives Sat, 26 Jul 2014 07:11:40 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.4.10 Comment on Speaking/Media by Doc Searls Weblog · The long run http://thrivable.net/speakingmedia/#comment-895 Sat, 26 Jul 2014 07:11:40 +0000 http://thrivable.reputationcurrents.com/?page_id=16#comment-895 […] Jean Russell‘s Thrivable (@Thrivable). Here’s the philosophy, the book, the blog, and herself aka @NurtureGirl. She and her colleagues are doing the Leading Work […]

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Comment on What is Thrivability? by History of Amigos Skype chat activities… since 20130103, til sometime this morning | Sam Hahn http://thrivable.net/philosophy/what-is-thrivability/#comment-879 Wed, 21 May 2014 16:59:25 +0000 http://thrivable.net/#comment-879 […] word? As a better alternative to ‘autopoiesis’? [5/21/2013 12:12:44 PM] Dino Karabeg: http://thrivable.net/philosophy/what-is-thrivability/ [5/21/2013 12:13:21 PM] Sam Hahn: I think they mean somewhat different tho related concepts […]

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Comment on Speaking/Media by Doc Searls Weblog · The long run http://thrivable.net/speakingmedia/#comment-877 Sun, 11 May 2014 14:54:11 +0000 http://thrivable.reputationcurrents.com/?page_id=16#comment-877 […] Day: Jean Russell’s Thrivable. Here’s the philosophy, the book, the blog, and herself: aka […]

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Comment on Curating the Conditions for a More Thrivable World by David Eggleton http://thrivable.net/2013/09/curating-the-conditions-for-a-more-thrivable-world/#comment-770 Fri, 06 Sep 2013 14:20:31 +0000 http://thrivable.net/?p=1741#comment-770 “My answer may differ than yours of course. My answer comes from Donella Meadows work on Places to Intervene in a System. I want to shift people to think about better goals, change the paradigm, and even give people more power to transcend paradigms.”

Our answers, which play out differently, stand on the same foundation.

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Comment on Imagine, Possible, Test, Prove by Jean Russell http://thrivable.net/2013/07/imagine-possible-test-prove/#comment-764 Mon, 29 Jul 2013 13:49:51 +0000 http://thrivable.net/?p=1731#comment-764 Thank you Sean. The trick is that it is not a venn diagram of what exists and what overlaps what. It is an attractor force diagram. For me, philosophy is the undergirding of everything, so I would put it all within that circle if it was a venn. How would you differentiate design from art? What is the core question of design?

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Comment on Imagine, Possible, Test, Prove by Sean Spence http://thrivable.net/2013/07/imagine-possible-test-prove/#comment-763 Mon, 29 Jul 2013 05:04:08 +0000 http://thrivable.net/?p=1731#comment-763 I like this, but wonder where it fits with Harold Nelson’s demarcation of The Real the True and the Ideal – leading to the separate and equal status of Design to Science and Philosophy.

Seems to me the Design circle overlaps them all, particularly in the sense of systemic rather than object design.

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Comment on Imagine, Possible, Test, Prove by Annalie's blog | Pearltrees http://thrivable.net/2013/07/imagine-possible-test-prove/#comment-760 Sat, 27 Jul 2013 14:53:40 +0000 http://thrivable.net/?p=1731#comment-760 […] Imagine, Possible, Test, Prove […]

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Comment on Imagine, Possible, Test, Prove by Jean Russell http://thrivable.net/2013/07/imagine-possible-test-prove/#comment-759 Sat, 27 Jul 2013 14:02:28 +0000 http://thrivable.net/?p=1731#comment-759 Thank you Glisten. Eager to hear the feedback loops of application, anecdotes, and outcomes as you have them. #gratitude

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Comment on Imagine, Possible, Test, Prove by Glisten http://thrivable.net/2013/07/imagine-possible-test-prove/#comment-758 Sat, 27 Jul 2013 01:17:31 +0000 http://thrivable.net/?p=1731#comment-758 This is a wonderful diagram, explanation, and guide for collective and collaborative as well as individual inquiry. I will be sure to engage this one as I progress through some upcoming projects, and create some feedback loops of application, anecdotes and outcomes.

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Comment on Friction is Your Friend: Why Sharing Values isn’t always Valuable by Clay Forsberg http://thrivable.net/2013/04/friction-is-your-friend/#comment-741 Fri, 26 Apr 2013 20:20:22 +0000 http://thrivable.net/?p=1722#comment-741 Nice post Jean. Friction, diversity or whatever you want to call it, is paramount to truly changing things … for the better. This reminds of of the advent of the Renaissance in the 1400’s. Some say it started with the frequent visitors the Medici family invited to their villa in Italy. They came from all walks of life and excelled in a variety of disciplines – from sculpture, to painting, to mathematics to astronomy, etc. From these gatherings, came the synergy to create some of the great ideas in the history of mankind.

Really, it’s all about getting outside your comfort zone and “going” places, physically, mentally and emotionally you’re not accustomed to. Only then can we grow. We too often see just the opposite in government and business. It’s easier to surround yourself with people “the same as you.” For then, there’s no fiction … and no growth. Check out a post I wrote on what I see as the the fallacy of diversity in Obama’s inner circle: “Diversity … Obama are you listening?” ~ http://bit.ly/X7SUoE

Again, excellent post Jean!

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