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Uprising is our Highest Calling

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Uprising is our highest calling; it is an invitation to reclaim our birthright of creative expression. The small, complaining, undisciplined part of ourselves makes us weak, looking to others to fix what’s wrong. If we’re not part of the solution, we’re part of the problem. Our distracted character seeks convenience and ease, creating us as unfit leaders for solving the …

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Big Question Examples

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Our life and business follows the direction of our questions. The quality of the question matters. At CoQuora, we teach the value of going bigger and higher with your questions, because as you do so, you reach the roots of what you wish to change. Often, conversation is centered around symptoms. Big questions go beyond symptoms and into collectively better …

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Help For Hopelessness

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HOW CAN WE HELP YOU? The CoQuora Project is a movement — it’s help for hopelessness. The time is exactly right for us to serve with extreme love and care, in the midst of the disillusionment of disconnection. Because in our heart of hearts, we know that we are in fact — one. No matter which party prevails in the …

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Help Us Create Our Podcast!

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One of the areas we’ve been somewhat tentative about is the next season of our Podcast. We had great fun designing, recording and publishing our first series. There are 10 Episodes on iTunes, and you can find them here. Some followers of our work have reportedly listened to each episode multiple times, continuing to receive value. And we know there …

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What’s Beyond The Bucket List?

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At the end of the 16th Century play Tamburlaine the Great by Christopher Marlowe, the warrior Tamburlaine (for the actual historical figure, think a combination of Genghis Khan and Attila the Hun) is dying, not of battle wounds, but from a fatal illness. The End of Battles Tamburlaine is not best pleased at his ensuing death, mainly because he has …

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Reviving The Junto

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In 1727, Benjamin Franklin established an organization of people, a sort of club he called Junto.  He wanted to create a place for ‘mutual improvement,’ so he gathered 12 of his colleagues, chosen for their brilliance, diverse backgrounds and occupations, and influence, They all shared a spirit of inquiry and a desire to improve themselves, their community, and to help …

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The Loop

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At CoQuora, we’ve developed a three-part process which begins with — you guessed it — the big questions we are willing to ask. What if these questions were bigger and better than the customary ones, and perhaps based upon previously undiscussable issues? Once the Big Question is established, we move into the listening phase — and not ordinary habits of …

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The Power of Small Groups of People Making a Difference

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  “We must be willing to let go of the life we planned so as to have the life that is waiting for us” Joseph Campbell   What if, within a small number of committed people, there was a space for an inside-out exploration of what it takes to make a difference were the sole purpose of the community? We …

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Bold Invitations For Positive Change

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We recognize the power of BOLD invitations to create positive change. Our intention is to create and hold a space for a special group of people to be a stand for possibility, creativity and joy at exactly the time when the world is so anxious, fractured and disillusioned. We are making an invitation to be part of a small group …

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What is the Value of Invitation?

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We love Invitation because there are only a limited number of responses. Invitation is so clean. Some will say Yes to an invitation. And some won’t. As a result of this basic truth, whoever comes are the right people. This then is real power: to work together with whoever shows up ‘in the room’ with us, as opposed to wishing …

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