[VIDEO] Weekend Wisdom LIVE Ep13: Rejoice, Resist or Reach Out After The Election?

It’s been more than a week since Donald J Trump became the President-Elect of the United States, and things are feeling anything but united.

For every American voter rejoicing over the results, there’s another resisting it.

(And billions of people around the world are grappling with the uncertainty.)

Yes, it is a time to heal and come together, for the sake of the country and the world…but the wounds that were opened up during the election are far too wide and deep to forget in a hurry.

In this episode of Weekend Wisdom, I talk about why it’s perfectly acceptable to rejoice or resist the result. For now.

And then, I offer us a way forward to help us come together in a virtual roundtable ‘Coming Together in Trump’s World’. Sign up at http://bit.ly/rttrump

This is the work I’m called to do. I hope you’ll join me in making it happen.

Show highlights

– the relief and fear around us after the election
– a reminder that the democratic process involves all of us
– why it’s easy & tempting to gloss over the joy or pain that others are feeling over the election results
– what we can do together, from a place of genuine understanding and healing
– my invitation to join a roundtable that begins that process of listening, healing and growth

– some useful resources for you to read in our Election 2016 Anthology

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Maya Mathias

Maya Mathias is a peaceful leadership advocate, spiritual biographer and soul guide, with a life and career spanning 3 continents and 5 inspired self-reinventions. She is a global leadership veteran, bringing her unique blend of East & West to her leadership development and innovation management practice. Maya’s life began with a lower-middle class upbringing in Asia, surrounded by poultry & vegetable farms and the ‘simple life’. She doesn’t forget her humble roots, and her body of work seeks to bring more equality, justice and personal purpose in troubling times. Learn more about Maya here.

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