Shadow Sight: Navigating the Darkness as a Social Change Agent
April 18, 2017
April 18th – Shadow Sight: Navigating the Darkness as a Social Change Agent
1:00 PM PT/ 4:00 PM ET/ 9:00 PM UTC
Host: Julie Wilder
Progressive individuals, movements & organizations often falter, fail or get co-opted. The reason isn’t because of a “bad” bully and the hysteria they incite (often an extreme minority). Instead, it is because the “good” folks in the majority (the target, their allies and confused bystanders) don’t have the acquired skills to discern, safe-guard against & handle troublemakers. Join this lively discussion on embracing discernment, firm boundaries and safe-guarding the sacred. The call will focus on skill building around conviction and authenticity through the lens of a social entrepreneur.
Julie Wilder is a social entrepreneur and community advocate utilizing the mechanism of business to create positive social, economic and environmental change in community. As co-founder and former co-owner of Dandelion Communitea Cafe, her focus on cultivating authentic community helped birth the now thriving localist movement spreading throughout Central Florida. A pragmatic idealist & brazen warrior, Ms Wilder uses the mechanism of business to influence a shift towards an integral & regenerative society which honors personal sovereignty, and the melding of Localist values, Partnership Economies, Social & Financial Permaculture, Spiral Dynamics, Cosmic Cycles and Common Sense. You can read more on her website.