7 Ways to Think Differently: Embrace Potential, Respond to Life, Discover Abundance by Looby Macnamara
- Abundance thinking
- Solutions thinking
- Systems thinking
- Thinking like nature
- Co-operative thinking
- Thinking for the future
- From thought to action
These ways to think differently are influential alternatives to the current mindset and can shift us to a better present, as well as setting us on a trajectory towards a better future. This is for anyone who wants to make a difference in the world. Looby offers potent medicine for a world full of challenges.
“In her closing words Looby asks us to accept ‘that this [book] is an invitation to embark on a beautiful journey of embracing, responding and discovering’. I do, I am now using the book…and strongly recommend it to you as one very effective tool for being and doing in a very different way.” Alan Charlton, permaculture teacher
Published: September 2014
Size: 196 x 130mm
Format: Paperback, 112pp.
Looby has been teaching permaculture since 2002, and is partner of a leading teaching and consultancy partnership, Designed Visions. She runs full permaculture design courses as well as teacher training, advanced permaculture design and peoplecare courses. Looby travels to Nepal to support the Himalayan Permaculture Centre and has founded a Fair Trade business, Spirals of Abundance, importing organic cotton clothes and other Nepalese handicrafts. She has supported the development and growth of permaculture nationally through her input as trustee of the Permaculture Association (Britain) for 5 years (2001-2006) and was the Chairperson for two of these. Looby lives in Herefordshire with her partner Chris Evans and two daughters.
She enjoys singing, yoga, gardening and making all sorts of things from cakes to wine and clothes to blankets.