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Average rating: 4.52 · 33 ratings · 2 reviews · 12 distinct works · Similar authors
Mutuality Matters How You C...

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Getting What You Want: How ...

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Mutuality Matters More Livi...

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Moving From Me to We

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Liminal Thinking by Dave  Gray
Liminal Thinking
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“How our beliefs create blind spots” to “our assumption that we understand a situation” are just some of the barriers we inadvertently put up between our opportunities and our relationships that Liminal Thinking can alleviate. I value the actionable ...more
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Disrupt Yourself by Whitney Johnson
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Our innate desire to feel a sense of belonging has a dark side. While its healthy and productive to form mutually beneficial and diverse relationships within our organization we may also become "so cliquish that we refuse to look beyond our borders a ...more
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The Abundant Community by John McKnight
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In this weak economy where budgets of local governments and non-profit budgets will continue to get slashed, it is especially heartening to read the mutual-reliance message inherent in this book. Rather than rely solely on outsiders and related fundi
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Women, Food and God by Geneen Roth
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Being on the road so much as a journalist it wasn’t until I got married that I got serious about learning to cook. Lucky timing. Reading Geneen’s book brought back memories of the series of serenditious (may not be a word until now) events that broug ...more
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Nice Teams Finish Last by Brian Cole Miller
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In an increasingly connected world more work gets done in groups. More teams will be self-organized, initiated by someone who wants to seize an opportunity – with the right teammates. If you want to be a sought-after team player it’s worth recognizin ...more
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Resolving Conflict Sooner by Kare Anderson
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There are some powerfully simple ways to reach better everyday agreements more easily that I learned when writing this book
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“People are far more revealing by the questions they ask than the answer they give. To get closer to understanding what is really on someone’s mind, answer their questions briefly so they ask follow-up questions. By their third question you’ll get a glimpse of their biggest fear or desire on the topic.”
Kare Anderson, Mutuality Matters How You Can Create More Opportunity, Adventure & Friendship With Others

“Anchor Your Stories in Redemptive Themes So We Are Moved to Live Up to Them: Rather than making yourself the victim or the hero in the stories you tell, describe a daunting time of loss, crisis, or criticism or where you made a mistake or acted badly, yet you were eventually able to learn from it. Such stories show vulnerability and a desire to grow and live fully rather than in fear. Then that facet of you can be the place where others can positively and productively connect with you, hard-earned strengths firmly attached together. You can support each other in reinforcing redemptive characterizations and action.”
Kare Anderson, Mutuality Matters How You Can Create More Opportunity, Adventure & Friendship With Others

“We are far more revealing by the questions we ask than the answers we give. Answer briefly to sense where their questions are heading.”
Kare Anderson, Mutuality Matters How You Can Create More Opportunity, Adventure & Friendship With Others

“The stronger the signal you send yourself of your highest puThe stronger the signal you send yourself of your highest purpose, the more likely you are to notice ways to serve itrpose, the more likely you are to notice ways to serve it”
Kare Anderson, Mutuality Matters How You Can Create More Opportunity, Adventure & Friendship With Others

“Bring out others’ better side and they are more likely to see and support yours.”
Kare Anderson, Mutuality Matters How You Can Create More Opportunity, Adventure & Friendship With Others

“In a civilization when love is
gone we turn to justice and when
justice is gone we turn to power
and when power is gone we
turn to violence.”
Kare Anderson, Moving From Me to We

“Speak to their positive intent, especially when they appear to have none, and you are more likely to bring out their better side.”
Kare Anderson, Mutuality Matters More Living a Happy, Meaningful and Satisfying Life With Others

“• The stronger the signal you send yourself of your highest purpose, the more likely you are to notice ways to serve it
• Your specificity boosts your clarity, credibility and memorability.
• The specific detail proves the general conclusion, not the reverse yet we are most likely to write and speak first in generalizations.
• Your focus on interconnectedness increases your frequency of serendipitous encounters, unexpected insights and deeper friendships.”
Kare Anderson, Mutuality Matters More Living a Happy, Meaningful and Satisfying Life With Others




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