Episode 1.08: Depth

Progress requires facilitators to stage the room for healing. In episode eight of FIND THE OUTSIDE: THE PODCAST, Tim and Tuesday empathize with facilitators and collaborators separated by organizational difference or mandates — and explore how to go deep and draw out the greatest value.

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Episode 1.07: How to Make a Living

As a facilitator, it’s not always easy to lead change and bring always-on energy when you’re worried about paying the bills. In episode seven of FIND THE OUTSIDE: THE PODCAST, Tim and Tuesday invite us ‘backstage’ to share revelations and lessons along the path of making their work of systems change into a repeatable, bankable business.

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Episode 1.06: Liberation

To sustain momentum, we need to be able to recognize and opt out of limiting beliefs. In episode six of FIND THE OUTSIDE: THE PODCAST, Tim and Tuesday explore the role played by limiting beliefs in their work on systems change, equity and leadership—and the practice of letting them go.

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Episode 1.05: Focus

When you choose to stay small rather than scale up, you have the freedom to point your energy with greater precision. In episode five of FIND THE OUTSIDE: THE PODCAST, Tim and Tuesday unpack why they’ve declined invitations to grow bigger, choosing instead to make The Outside small, flexible, and connected.

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Seeds and blueprints

We imagine a fresh space in which we recognize and dodge familiar blocks, drawing exciting new ideas and voices to the surface. But somehow—even if we have an invigorating session or refreshed spell—we can’t seem to make the connections necessary for that moment put down the roots of a renewed phase. Here’s what’s missing: a map.

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Episode 1.04: Heartbreak

Facing setbacks, disappointment, and injustice isn’t just a matter of optimism or talent. It’s a practice. In episode four of FIND THE OUTSIDE: THE PODCAST, Tim and Tuesday reflect on the mindset shift of seeing reality clearly—not just the future that we hope for—and the value of working with what is, right now.

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Episode 1.03: Neutrality

Today, we explore the how-to of facilitation that brings more—ideas, voices, clarity—forward. In episode three of FIND THE OUTSIDE: THE PODCAST, we contemplate the nature of neutrality. Is it even possible—or desirable—to be neutral as a host or facilitator? What are our obligations towards the people in the room?

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Episode 1.02: Origins

Collaborators need a practice to stay in relationship through the work of systems change. In episode two of FIND THE OUTSIDE: THE PODCAST, Tim and Tuesday recap the facilitation paths that led them towards their collaboration on equity, big systems change, and leadership.

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Episode 1.01: Reflections

What matters most as change makers push back on the status quo? In season one’s episode one of FIND THE OUTSIDE: THE PODCAST, Tim and Tuesday kick off with a lively conversation on what matters most as change makers push back—on broken systems, missing voices, and the status quo.

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How facilitators bring forward the new

In Art of Hosting, there's no such thing as a hands-off host. If we are among any AoH cohort, we're constantly practicing how to host actively—to surface more voices that are often surprising, otherwise marginalized, and deeply valuable. In this excerpt of Tuesday Ryan-Hart's talk, we explore beyond the intention of equity to the practical implementation of it.

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Inside The Outside: What We Do

In our latest edition of INSIDE THE OUTSIDE, Tim and Tuesday answer the question: what do you do, anyway? We know it's systems change, but what does that work look like? After an incredible week of sessions, talks, and client meetings—particularly with visionary people seeking to reimagine the sport system in Nova Scotia—we recap to shed light on the process.

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Difficult days pave the way

Think of how kids play, learn, and integrate new information. As we explore and push the boundaries of what's familiar, we endure (and perpetrate!) countless bumps, scrapes, and meltdowns. This is the formative glue of long-term learning. Without challenging days, we’d lack the context to capitalize on our best days. And without a playful spirit, the most serious blocks might break our best efforts apart.

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Paradise found

What if all the most pervasive challenges we face in our communities, organizations, and movements are less about external shortfalls and more about what we're missing, person to person? How can we switch on the full potential of what we already have? Welcome to big-hearted systems change, folks.

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