Note: I am no longer facilitating circles
What a time to start something new! Sixth mass extinction? Unintended consequences? Founder mental health? Getting cancelled? What's enough? Integrating spirituality? Getting through the day?
Whew! You are not alone 😌
I want to invite you to participate in a Vision Circle:
Wonderful folks in my network who are dancing with similar questions around the best way to start something new, for self and whole. Idea and early stage founders (not exclusive to tech startups) who feel clear that they want to create in a more beautiful, joyful, just and effective ways. Focus on process / how.
Each virtual Circle (i.e. session) to involve dropping into our bodies, sharing what’s alive, riffing and bouncing and weaving, wrestling with paradox, following emergence, feeling connected to other wrestlers, walking away with some clarity or support or sense of belonging.
We are going to embark on a little adventure together. I think of it as Women’s Circle meets Office Hours meets Book Club. It’s a space to ask questions, invite support, connect with others on the path, identify areas of growth. We will likely focus on elements of the Ethical Startup Playbook.
Open to how this unfolds! Your creativity is invited. My inspirations for activating this Circle include joyful conversations with likeminded founders, appreciation for communities of practice, and sense that these spaces are important for the next generations of entrepreneurs.
- Text/Email Andrew to indicate your interest, ask any questions, share any ideas
- Circle takes place on Tuesdays 8-9pm ET (I’ll hang around till 9:30)
- Max 4 participants (+ me, facilitator) per Circle
- Drop In. No expectation of consistent participation.
- Donation based. If the experience is valuable and you feel inspired/able to contribute to my sustainable livelihood, you are welcome to Venmo: @Andrew-Dunn or PayPal: firstname.lastname@example.org
- I also facilitate a Livelihood Circle for folks thinking about purpose, career, and lifestyle. There may be overlap between these circles in terms of conversation and participants.