Sacred Stories with Alison Gold
Sacred Questions with Alison Gold
Our conversation explores Alison's core life questions which emerged & deepened during her time on sabbatical.
1. How do I want to contribute to the world?
2. What do I want the rhythm of my life to be?
3. What/Where do I consider home?
We also speak about a magical place called the Findhorn Foundation in Scotland I hope to be able to visit there one day!
Alison's story invites us to consider:
~Where do life's important questions get raised for you?
~How would you answer her core questions? What others would you add?
~What for you is "love in action?"
Alison Gold is passionate about sharing her unique combination of skills and experiences as an anthropologist, cross-sector change-maker, culture-builder, emergent learner and strategist, and facilitator with organizations and collaborations seeking to create a more positive and equitable world. She founded her firm, Optimistic Anthropology in 2017, to help teams and communities working to solve complex social, economic, and environmental problems be able to answer two critical questions:
Why are things the way they are?
What will it take to make them different?
Alison enjoys reading, cooking, and podcasts; swimming, hiking and camping; checking out street art, art exhibits and concerts; and cheering for the Chicago White Sox. She calls the Petworth neighborhood of Washington, DC home, and because of her love of and ability to work from anywhere, considers the world her community.
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