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Love and Work

Blog · Ari Weinzweig

Way back in 1990—in the same year that the two Germanies were reunited, Nelson Mandela was released from prison, and eight years after Paul and I had opened the Deli—my friend Lex Alexander from North Carolina told me about a new book he was reading. And loving. It was written by a guy from Iowa […]

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The World Will Be Saved by Beauty

Blog · Ari Weinzweig

Can creativity, caring, dignity, and humbleness help our organizations and our communities get—and stay—healthy? It may sound naïve, but I believe that if we do them well, we can make Dostoevsky’s 19th century declaration into a reality: “The world will be saved by beauty.” We’ve all heard of “death by a thousand cuts.” I want […]

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How to Handle Complaints From Coworkers

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If you work with anyone, whether it’s you and a business partner, or you’re a part of a team of many, it’s inevitable that people will complain from time-to-time. This is a co-working reality! How you handle a complaint from a coworker says a lot about your organization, and it’s important to give these complaints […]

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Working Through Hard Times

Webinar · Ari Weinzweig and Timo Anderson

What a year it’s been! As we work our way through the marathon of a minefield that was 2020, tune in to hear Ari reflect on the lessons learned in the first ten months of the global pandemic. Each lesson offers a tangible tool for helping get through hard days—both the pandemic with which we’re […]

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The Pursuit of Humbleness

Blog · Ari Weinzweig

Sometimes, small shifts in wording can work wonders. As Governor Gretchen Whitmer said a few months ago, “Words matter.” Which is why I keep coming back to a realization that I had while working on the new pamphlet “Humility: A Humble, Anarchistic Inquiry.” As I shared in the latter half of the pamphlet, I began […]

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