Tag Archives: Wisdom of Story

Wisdom of Story: Reflection 4 Daring to Imagine a Bigger Story

So, this is the final of the Wisdom of Story reflections after working through this course with BrenĂ© Brown and Glennon Doyle Melton (reflection 3 is The Rules which is more of a poetic reflection on the content) and it … Continue reading

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The Rules

When we were children and the game wouldn’t go our way We would reinvent the rules of the game so that we might win And others around us would cry out unfair, you changed the rules But in our childish … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of Story Reflection 2: Modern Crises and the Balance of Work, Rest and Play

When I started the Wisdom of Story I had no idea that the session on act 2 of the story, the part of the story where the conflict comes in and changes things around would coincide with an actual set … Continue reading

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Wisdom of Story Reflection 1: The Roles and Rules of the World

When an author tells a story one of the first things they have to do is place their characters in roles and in a world that has rules. The rules and roles will be different based upon the character and … Continue reading

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