I hope you are doing well — relatively speaking.

I wish I could say that after taking a month off from Circulo that I’m all refreshed and energised.

But life had another plan and it ended up being a crazy busy month instead.

This month’s newsletter is therefore shorter than…


It’s been a hectic six months for Circulo.

While most of the world is in lockdown, Circulo had gone from an idea, to design/prototype, to launch, to hosting weekly events.

Those of you who‘ve joined us would be familiar with how silences are also part of our conversations. As we…


Reflections and learnings from my #30daychallenge

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[Day 30 of #30dayschallenge]

It’s a bit bittersweet to get to the final day of my challenge.

There is a sense of elation because I no longer have a self-imposed deadline — like a clock constantly ticking in the background.

There is also a…


Could it be because life has a better plan?

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[Day 29 of #30dayschallenge]

What a year 2020 has been.

It charted its own course and pushed aside everyone’s plans.

So what do you do when things don’t go to plan?

Changing plans would be a good place to start.

But…


Why being alive is a gift — and how it is a gift that keeps giving.

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[Day 18 of #30dayschallenge]

Last night after work, I was helping out a friend test out an idea/prototype.

It involved me donating some time and having a conversation on the phone with a stranger…


Because the vast majority of people don’t put their ideas into action.

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[Day 28 of #30dayschallenge]

My inspiration for today’s post is a comment made by Julia Steel on a LinkedIn post:

You know what they call an idea without action? A memory.

It’s not enough to just be inspired.


How to embrace our uniqueness, practise our scales and level up in life.

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[Day 27 of #30dayschallenge]

Today’s article is inspired by a YouTube clip that my brother sent me yesterday, of a pianist playing “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” — but in seven different ways ranging from Level 0 to…


There are two types of people in the world — the type that talks about doing the work and the type that actually do the work. I don’t waste time with the former.

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[Day 26 of #30dayschallenge]

There’s two types of people in the world — the type that talks


Reflections on changes and leadership skills for current COVID-19 and post-COVID environment. Part 4 discusses how everyone plays a part.

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[Day 25 of #30dayschallenge]

Today is the final part of a four-part series that was inspired by an UNSW Business School alumni event which I attended, on the Business of…


Reflections on changes and leadership skills required in current COVID-19 and post-COVID environment. Part 3 discusses complexity science and sensemaking.

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[Day 24 of #30dayschallenge]

In Part 2 of this series, I discussed the emerging forms of organising that are better suited than the traditional hierarchy to deal with fast-changing environments.

Lina Wynn

Change Maker I Strategist I Consultant who’s passionate about transformation and hosts online conversations and meditation classes at https://www.circulo.space/

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