Created By (User)Wendy Simpson
Date CreatedApril 26, 2022
Reflecting back on the potential I first saw for this work and myself in it and how that has shifted — what is the next order of actualization (i.e., developmental edge) I am being pulled toward?

The potential I first saw in this work was to, create a different life to what I am living and to help others to do so. A life where we participate in meaningful work, where care for ourselves our Family, our communities and our land. To be in community with people who are interested in journeying and growing personally and professionally.

I am being pulled toward business projects with "good" contribution two our people. To create courses and packages for people and groups that change lives and create cultures of innovation and care for ourselves and others. to use my skills and create new skills (my background is in personal healing and development - how to change our personal patterns and beliefs because they create the fabric of our lives.)

I have recently joined Whakaora Business group and we are learning how to be a regenerative business and community.- I am interested to see how my skills can be of benefit.

What inner development will that require?

Patience, learn to do advertise - create client relationships
Put my self into more situations to grow my skills in facilitating/ resource business/ community groups in creating innovate cultures where ideas, consciousness, cultural stories and care are valued and encouraged. Growing work capabilities that contributes to the field of care.
Being open to identifying and learning nodal skills.

What would reconciling those make possible in terms of the evolving role I could play and the unique contribution I could make?

I will have a thriving , effective and valuable, practice of care , that is valued by my communities and projects and be always learning skills of value and relationship . I will also be living a wonderful life of co creation on many levels. Including financial, relationships and my personal journey.