What do you most deeply and profoundly love?
What are your deepest and most profound gifts?
What are your most profound responsibilities?
On Friday, sixty of us, mostly coaches, spent the day at Embercombe reflecting on these questions.
Embercombe is a delight, ‘a garden that grows people’ a place dedicated to touching hearts, stimulating minds and inspiring committed action for a sustainable world. Fifty acres with views towards Dartmoor, it includes two yurt villages, mature broadleaf woodland, a wildlife lake, forest garden and apple orchard, cob pizza ovens, circular organic market garden (that supplied fresh food for our lunch) and a peaceful ‘medicine garden’. Continue reading “Take Three Questions…”
Last week I shared this photo on Facebook of Joolz Lewis. We first met earlier this year through Plymouth University’s ‘Futures’.
I took the photo at the Bakehouse in Cullompton where we’d met for lunch to celebrate the launch of her first book ‘Enlightened Business: Leadership for Sustainable Success’. What a lunch! The food was really good, healthy salads and home baked bread, the coffee and walnut cake we shared was delicious and the conversation was marvellous- once we finished the last crumbs of cake and last sip of coffee we looked at our watches and realized over 3 hours had passed!
I’ve had several requests to say more about the book and now that I’ve actually read it I thought I’d write a review for you. Continue reading “Enlightened Business”