THE 4 BEHAVIORS
INTENTIONALLY LIVE YOUR HUMAN NATURE
What are the beliefs that run you as an individual. What are the beliefs that run us as families and communities, as economies and governments? In particular, what’s the story with believing we’re
separate and distinct from nature?
Separate and distinct from, well, everybody, everything?
Ask is the behavior that looks into these questions.
Where did all of this come from?
What are the payoffs that keep you, and all of us, acting from me stories –
what about me? me first!
To reclaim human nature you slow to Ask. And asking contributes immediately to the health of social ecology: the relationships you have with others, and, more immediately, with yourself.
Drawing on Full Ecology,
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Stop & Ask
Grounding our work in compelling insights from cutting-edge environmental science gives groups and individuals access to powerful and reliable metaphors to guide cultural revision, responsiveness, and resilience.
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Yes, you. As a leader, as a human dedicated to the solution. You as nature, in nature.
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