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What does true diversity look like?

Posted on 26 April 2016, 10:43 am in , , , , , , , ,

Updated 7.45pm 26 April 2016: I have corrected the "assimilated" part of diagram. I also found out the original diagram is not Susie Sirman's (source unknown). 

The following tweet turned up in my feed this morning from Susie Sirman, from Alberta, Canada, a self-confessed "high school science and art teacher, learning coach, edtech enthusiast, busy mom and a terrible choice to follow on Twitter." So I followed her. But anyway, her tweet:

I like the model (further tweets between us revealed it isn't hers) and I agree with it to an extent. Simply putting different people in the same room isn't useful, but I think it is, unfortunately, what inclusion is about currently. It isn't, however, diversity.

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Are you allowing yourself to be all you can be?

Posted by Philip on 16 October 2013, 10:21 am in , , , , , ,

Man and child sleeping"You are what you allow yourself to be." — Robert Waggoner

The interview below with author Robert Waggoner gives not only a fascinating insight into lucid dreaming, but also provides some useful commentary on how our mind can limit us through negative beliefs, unconscious habits and fear.

Well worth a watch.

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