THE 4 BEHAVIORS

INTENTIONALLY LIVE YOUR HUMAN NATURE

Ask

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, really everybody?

Ask is the behavior that looks into these questions.
Where did all of this come from?
What’s the payoff that keep you, and all of us, acting from me stories – what about me? me first!

 To reclaim human nature you have to do this asking. And the asking contributes immediately to the health of social ecology: the relationships you have with others, and, more immediately, with yourself.

Drawing on Full Ecology,
we provide customized guidance to engage ASKing for:

Building relationship
Improving effectiveness

Improving communication
Fostering collaboration
Resolving conflict

Grounding our work in compelling insights from cutting-edge environmental science provides groups and individuals with powerful and reliable metaphors to guide culture revision, responsiveness, and resilience.

Companies & Non-profits
We support planning and evaluation, leadership development and, in general, work with heart.

Colleges & Universities
We provide administrative consultation as well as week-long interdisciplinary programs combining public lectures, class visits, faculty, student and alumni conversations.

You
Yes, you. As a leader, as a human dedicated to the solution. You as nature, in nature.

Redemption in Uncertainty

Redemption in Uncertainty

Right now, we’re in Passover. Today is Easter Sunday. And Hajj, which should have just come to a close, has been delayed to late July. Here, sheltered in place, staying away from community, wary about illness and livelihood, uncertainty is as close as skin. But isn’t...

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Full Ecology Update #1 – Video Blog

Full Ecology Update #1 – Video Blog

FIRST: Thanks to all of you for taking care - of yourselves and of each other. Thanks for going on walks at a safe distance from anyone else who's walking. Thanks for staying home, mostly, and for being careful and thoughtful when it's time for a trip to the store....

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Notes from the Chiricahua Desert

Notes from the Chiricahua Desert

3/15/2020 – Tucson, AZ Imagine a roundabout. You know, those increasingly prolific traffic management schemes that involve driving counterclockwise in a circle to proceed in any direction. Over this past week, thanks to Orion Magazine and the Omega Institute, we were...

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The Virus

The Virus

We’re getting ready to head into the deep wilderness of southeastern Arizona – a week at the American Museum of Natural History reasarch station. A week of teaching with "Orion in the Wilderness" – Orion Magazine, that is. Gary is on for working with a group of...

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Video Update from the Rio Grande Valley

Video Update from the Rio Grande Valley

3/6/2020 – Las Cruces, NM On we go, listening and learning from the people. All along the way, no matter what, the land never stops teaching. Deep roots are recommended. Water. Breathing room. We took a short break from the road yesterday just as we came into another...

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New Mexico into Texas

New Mexico into Texas

2/19/2020 – Las Vegas, NM We loved finding the Travelers Café on the square of Las Vegas, New Mexico. The manager, for example. We didn’t get her name, but we did watch the precision of interaction among everyone on duty while we were there. Flawless. The manager said...

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First Days on the Road

First Days on the Road

We're safe in a coffee shop in Pueblo. Made it onto the highway after the snow and ice in Colorado Springs last night. Only rain falling now. True to form, it's all improv on this trip. A lot like nature.  Along the way, we're listening. Here's some of what we've...

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