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Entries in Kritika Narula (3)


What Others Are Saying about Our Heroic Journey to Keep Earth Livable—It's One Year since Publication

Valentine’s Day is the one year anniversary of the release of my book, From Egos to Eden: Our Heroic Journey to Keep Earth Livable. What it says about bullying and cowardice in the face of the Call to great change rings true. What it says about living interdependently defiantly show a better way than making America great again. What it says about becoming new humans—people are doing it every day. Here’s what others are saying about From Egos to Eden.

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Why Effective Conversations for Change Use More Story than Statistics 

A temptation in our dialogues is to offer a litany of facts and statistics. These can paint a horrific picture. Too often, such a picture generates argument, debate, or a cascade of depressing scenarios. There’s a better way. Our most effective dialogue will likely happen when we focus on stories of change. These stories invariably energize the tellers and hearers.

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Revisiting My Quest for OneEarth Living—Thanks to Kritika Narula, Delhi, India

One of my personal delights over the past year has been my email exchanges with Kritika Narula, Delhi, India. I’ve gotten to know Kritika as an energetic collaborator for OneEarth living. Recently, she interviewed me and then wrote a post on the Green Follower website—a blog that refers to itself as “promoting green mania.” I like the self-humor that goes with their wonderful array of blogs. Until Kritika drew my attention to it, I did not know about Green Follower. First she posted an article there expressing her own interactions with Blinded by Progress. Then, in December, she added this interview. (Kritika, you have been so affirming that I blush when I read it.)

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