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You think your impact and purpose matter? Think again. | TEDx Lisbon
Margherita Meg Pagani TEDx talk on impact strategy and why we can’t talk about purpose or impact without looking at power first.
TEDx Milano - Scale VS Diffusion: a new model for sustainable development
<h1>Hello, <br> I’m Meg </h1><p>I’m an Italian entrepreneur, speaker and impact strategist. I write and teach about power, leadership and <i>the Way of Nature</i>.</p>


#012 - The Way of the Forest
β€œI did a little exploring with an image I love from one version of the Sotho story of Ditaolane, in which the fleeing hero turns himself to stone at the edge of a great river to escape an angry mob of people. Reaching the edge, too, one of the people
#005 - The Gate
Prospective Immigrants Please Note Either you will go through this dooror you will not go through. If you go throughthere is always the riskof remembering your name. Things look at you doublyand you must look backand let them happen. If you do not go through
#006 - The True Cost of Crossing
In the previous newsletter I introduced the concept of the Gate, a topic I feel particularly drawn to and that I chose to focus my summer writing and live sessions on. I see it as a symbol of those moments in life that feel like an invitation to transmute how