Daring to disrupt
The challenge: dare to engage in, indulge in, explore riot revolution and rebellion to get what you want rather than what you find you’ve got!
Con-tr-acts … agree-ments
- where are the traps – the honey traps, the butterfly nets, the black holes
- how do we sabotage, collude, be unconscious, create unawareness
- what do we agree to do without even thinking about it
- why do we do it
- why do we break agreements / contracts with ourselves in favour of someone else’s agenda / demands
Illusion begins with feeling loved, wanted, indispensable – You’re so good at XYZ … We need a special approach with this client / project and … you know what is coming for sure …. You are perfect. Oooops! Another task loaded onto an already full load because you are so good at saying yes when you know NO is the word to use
I’m the only woman in the meeting – do I make the coffee? Do I take the minutes? If I do, why do I? Do I offer? Do I fall for the ‘you do this so well’ angle? Do I Stereotypes are fabulous traps. If I do things so well maybe just maybe I don’t need to keep practicing. Maybe I can step aside and enable others to practice? Am I prepared to let go for something else to happen?
How can we make small adjustments, take small steps to change ourselves, the culture, the world. How can we get conscious about what we say yes to therefore what we say no to? And when we say no to get conscious about what we say yes to.
Barak Obama shared how 5 words Fired up! Ready to go! can have a huge effect.
“One voice can change a room, and if one voice can change a room, then it can change a city, and if it can change a city, it can change a state, and if it change a state, it can change a nation, and if it can change a nation, it can change the world. Your voice can change the world.”
I dare to disrupt NOW. What do you dare to disrupt?