Catalyst Publishing is committed to contributing to and participating in changing the world, one conversation at a time. Please check out the websites below for more information on how you can also contribute and participate in that change.
This site was built and launched for people to have a space to share their creativity. Shelter-in-place is a standard experience of the COVID-19 health crisis, which also may mean that people have used this time to create new ideas, works of art, writings, business models, etc. Please share your creations in the blog forum. Share in language, pictures, and or anyway that you feel comfortable.
The 4 Catalysts
They were catalysts, and didn’t know it. How could they? When life is full of change that you precipitate, it all seems the same. Change is only seen as occurring differently when there is a normal by which you measure such change. Normal is not a word, or a way of being, that they knew. No, change is what they knew, constant and ever present. Their normal, their every day.
Servant Leadership Coaching
Servant Leadership Coaching employs a simple method to help you build healthy relationships and gain traction in your life and or business.
A Pathway Forward
A Pathway Forwards Vision is to create spaces where youth and young adults can learn about themselves, and in doing so, create pathways to a sense of purpose in the world.
A Pathway Forwards Mission is to assist youth and young adults in taking action in the world, creating pathways to results they wish to see in themselves, their friends and family, their community, and the greater world.
“The power of a bold idea uttered publicly in defiance of dominant opinion cannot be easily measured. Those special people who speak out in such a way as to shake up not only the self-assurance of their enemies, but the complacency of their friends, are precious catalysts for change.”
― Howard Zinn
“Ah, Catylast, can it be that you do not see all the changes you have made? Some by your resignation and acceptance of circumstance, some by your wild struggles. You say that you hate change, but you are change.
The Fool in Fool’s Fate”
― Robin Hobb