Part Three, Chapter Five dives into what is needed in a minimalist
ARTist's repertoire. A "protainer" is described as the quality of
the shared space that leads to ART. For this agreements, inner and
outer, are explored. An inner example of a quality relational space
is self-awareness. Many tools that can be helpful in creating this
such as personality assessments and conversations about difficult
experiences with developmental friends. This self-awareness is
required also in conceptual space, where the work is to look within
to reframe what has shaped our thinking so we can truly relate to
others. Helpful tools in the repertoire include: relational
meditation and mapping out who the key stakeholders are. From here,
scenario planning can take us from concepts to action and real
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