Walk Out Walk On: A Learning Journey into Communities Daring to Live the Future Now by Margaret J. WheatleyNo One Is Coming to Help. Now What?
In this era of increasingly complex problems and shrinking resources, can we find meaningful and enduring solutions to the challenges we face today as individuals, communities, and nations?
In Walk Out Walk On, we invite you on a learning journey to seven communities around the world to meet people who have walked out of limiting beliefs and assumptions and walked on to create healthy and resilient communities. These Walk Outs who Walk On use their ingenuity and caring to figure out how to work with what they have to create what they need.
From Mexico to India, from Columbus, Ohio to Johannesburg, South Africa, we discover that all communities have the intelligence and inventiveness to solve their seemingly insolvable problems. We discovered a gift inside ourselves, one Brazilian said, something that was already there.
Walk Out Walk On is the winner of a silver medal in the social change category of the 2012 Nautilus Book Awards.
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Walk Out Walk On Cover In Walk Out Walk On: A Learning Journey into Communities Daring to Live the Future Now, Margaret Wheatley and Deborah Frieze.
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Global SL Blog. Succinct Summary: Filled with experience and vivid examples, Walk Out Walk On expresses values supporting community-based development and global citizenship as well as exploring the balance between service and self-benefit. The authors challenge the accepted assumptions in international development and encourage brave new methods for supporting communities in their development. Then they go into how to do your part, balance service with self-interest, community vitality with economic security. This book is a true learning journey, filled with intimate stories and portraits of the people and places the authors came to know through years of working together to transform their communities. The reader will experience first hand how a change of beliefs about people results in new capacities and the possibility of a more healthy future. Your email address will not be published.
Walk Out Walk On. What a great title for a book. It could apply to many things. In this post it applies to the latest book from Margaret Wheatley , a book she co-authored with Deborah Frieze. Margaret was co-founder of Berkana.