The center of inattention

by Adrian Segar

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I like being the center of inattention.
Sparrow

I love Sparrow’s aphorisms, but this one especially snagged my heart. It speaks of the space I inhabit when I facilitate effectively—becoming a creator of process that works for others and is not about me.
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Adrian,
Thanks for another hugely successful Vermont Vision for a Multicultural Future Conference! Our success is due in many ways to your skillful navigation of the minefield of unpredictable participants. How about we do this again next year?

— Curtiss Reed, Jr., Executive Director, Vermont Partnership for Fairness and Diversity
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