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The Values of Inclusion| from Down-Under

The Values of Inclusion: Valuable across the World

Jack Pearpoint is a true visionary. He shares his vision with others. I recommend subscribing to his Inclusion Network YouTube Videos (link below the video).

At the Down-Under Inclusion Institute, Jack showcases Heather Simmons from his trip to Sydney, Australia. “Heather summarized the simplicity and complexity of living an inclusive life in a welcoming society.” Enjoy. Isn’t it nice to know the ideas of inclusion are spreading around the world.

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The Values of Inclusion by Heather Simmons

Everyone is born “in”

All means “All”

Everyone needs to be “in”

Everyone needs to be

Everyone is ready

Everyone needs support

Everyone can learn

Everyone can contribute

Everyone can communicate

Together we are better

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4 Responses to “The Values of Inclusion| from Down-Under”

  • Wow, I was taken back in time. Heather is Scottish, now obviously living in Australia. Listening to this was like attending workshops before I moved to the US nearly 16 years ago when I worked in a non-profit whose work was about helping people create great couple relationships after or through a great change like devastating injury or time in jail. Great content delivered with huge humanity. Not flashy but full of substance.

    I loved what she had to say and how she said it – with humility, expert knowledge and real emotion. And on a whiteboard, too. No fancy Powerpoint just raw human.
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