"Meetings and festivals, I conclude, are not about what to do - they are about how to be.
It follows that “convening” is as much an art as it is a military operation.
I’m not suggesting that we abandon to-do lists, and organization – just that we move, on our meetings, beyond the control paradigm of the system that’s destroying us."
I’m not suggesting that we abandon social media – just that we cultivate a hybrid approach so whenever someone says “online” someone else says, “and what about offline?”. Or when we find ourselves inside, someone else says: “and when do we go outside?”
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