I think it’s the only question that matters.
And it’s ‘What is the work you can’t not do?’
Not just for you but for everybody around you.
Because that’s what starts to change the world.
‘What is the work you can’t not do?’
Thank you guys”
These words were spoken by Scott Dinsmore at the end of his TedxGoldenGatePark talk in 2012 – here:
That’s Scott in the photo at the top – meditating in Cappadocia, Turkey a few weeks ago.
“What is the work that you can’t not do?”
Scott has inspired me to ask this question of myself and I will be exploring it over the next two days at a Dialogue event I’m attending at Ashridge Business School.
Here is a link to Scott’s latest blog “I’m going off the grid: Therapy for an addicted and over-connected world”.http://liveyourlegend.net/disconnect-to-connect/
Beautiful, inspirational and oh, so poignant.
Scott was killed in a freak accident on Mount Kilimanjaro on September 12th, eight days after writing this blog.
It turned out to be his last.
He was 33 years old.
Thank you Scott – wherever you are.
I will always be grateful.
Love Helen x