welcome to cafe disruptif
: for people who don't think (in) straight (lines)
people // planet // imagination
Home of the Creative Disruptors' Collective
1 connects all flavours of creative disruptors in a deliberate effort to mix up our skills, perspectives, ideas and disciplines to squeeze every last drop of shared learning from all our efforts to create change for good
2 spotlights ways to stay healthy and strong to ensure we don't crash into exhaustion, loneliness or frustration
3 curates an interdiciplinary treasure trove of tools, techniques and insights from all sectors, especially arts and social science, to help us catalyse the monumental transformation we need across our social, environmental and economic structures
We're some of the people thinking differently. You'll see this list changing as more people pitch in....
We believe in shaking up our collective presumptions.
Just to check they're not nailing our feet to the ground,
or locking our minds into boxes.
Without us even realising. It can 'appen.
Intrigued? Read on.
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We're from all sectors, all parts of Cornwall and the SW, and we're all sort of people. Diversity is the mother of everything brilliant.
This is some of us, and some of the things we're coming at from a very different angle...and each of us are collecting, and sharing, some of our gear-changing disruptive favourites on this very website. We're compiling a hoard of fireworks for the mind: have a look here at what we've found so far.
Grab a coffee. Offer an opinion. You know how cafes work.
imagining the best
Loads of people are simply, honestly, deciding we can do better when it comes to making healthy, resilient communities. It's nice to know you're not alone. We're really, really not...
assuming we can
All that allegedly impossibly complicated number stuff that is too tricky for mere mortals to understand...is in fact entirely understandable. This page will prove it.
Imagine concentrating not just on reducing the amount of damage we're doing to our planet and the natural systems we rely on...but actually deliberately and on purpose *making them better*...radical? Or blinding common sense?