The other week I attended a conference about conscious organizations. I want to go on record saying that I don’t believe an organization can be conscious. People can be conscious but never an organization.

This distinction is crucial as I’ve observed people creating divisiveness in the name of consciousness. For example, we can never have a conscious organization because of those people. I believe this divisiveness is a symptom of trying to make something conscious that can never be.

Stop trying to make your organization conscious. Instead, put your energy into helping the people be more conscious. They are all going to be in different places, and by making it possible for them to be a little more conscious, you’ll help them in ways you couldn’t imagine.

You’ve got this.

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