Do I look like a fool? Do I act like a fool? Do I talk like a fool? Do you think I am a fool? Do you think I am a fool because I have foolish ideas – because I do foolish things – because I am foolish thinking I can contribute to creating possibilities? I might be foolish but I am not a fool.
I am exploring for other fools, – for creative contributors, for creative entrepreneurs, for creative leaders, – who want to excite creative community enterprise, – contributors we want to have in the conversation, – contributors who bring communities of common enterprise and creative interests with their experience, their points of view, their resources, their relationships, and their contributions with them, – contributors who are demonstrating their contribution.
We want to know who is in our community. We want to know what communities we are part of and benefiting from and contributing to creating. We want to know where and why and how we are connected. We want to know how we can contribute. We want to know how we are connected.
These are the benefits. We create community with one another around our common interests and common enterprise. We contribute our stories, – what we are doing, – why we are doing what we are doing, – what we are contributing to creating – what we want to do, – what we imagine could happen, and what we can do. We contribute our point of view
We all benefit from learning what one another is doing? We all benefit from telling one another what we are doing? We all benefit from one another’s different points of view. Collaboration begins with an interest in one another’s interests and an interest in common
We want everyone involved, – our contributors, our entrepreneurs, our leaders, – in exploring what we can do. We all benefit from being able to explore and learn what we are doing, and learn from what we are doing, and learn what we could do and how we could do things, and what creative resources we have in our community. We all benefit from learning about our different experiences, different ideas and different positions, – our different points of view.