A lot to cover in this issue of the Circling Guide Newsletter:
Selling Authentic Relating, Part 2 (my Circling Manifesto)
It’s a strange thing: the more I circle, and lead circling, the more excited and engaged I am about the potential of the modality and of the movement. In this article I take a step back and try and discern why this is so, along with some practical approaches for promoting A/R and Circling events and building a community.
Continue reading Selling Authentic Relating, Part 2
Expansion of Circling Guide
I added two new leader formats to the Guide, based on my experiences leading in Asheville: an A/R Game Leader Format; and a Circling Introduction Leader Format. I go much more granular here than you will find in other places, going into precise languaging I use which has shown itself to be effective. I hope these are helpful!
New Podcast with Christopher Staser
I recently podcast my friend Christopher Staser on a project he is launching soon called The School of Athens. We cover masculine/feminine, the psychology of running and of flow states, discipline, and of course my favorite topic, which is the contribution of Circling and related we-space practices toward the new paradigm of living and doing business from a place of being. Listen to it directly here, or else on your phone through the Circling Guide Podcast on iTunes.