…that there is abundance, enough for all, if only we decide to make that a core goal of our society. We have the technology and resources to make sure everyone’s basic needs are met, we just need to adopt a value system which says that everyone deserves to be cared for. Embracing interconnection and abundance as our core beliefs, instead of individualism and scarcity…
…engaged. Trying to “engage everyone” is a Sisyphean task. In my experience it’s much easier to just make the different levels of engagement explicit, give each group of stakeholders a name and set of rights and responsibilities, and create transparent supported pathways for people to move in and out.
omes from the edge. We’ve sought to incubate positive impact from the edges in New Zealand, by supporting pioneering change-makers who are addressing the “wicke…Hillary Institute for International Leadership in 2017. Our mission has been based on a simple idea: that change comes from the edge. We’ve sought to incubate positive impact from the edges in New Zealand, by supporting pioneering change-makers who are addressing the “wicked” problems of our time.
cted are dismissed as weak, emotional, or just women being wom…ting that it “showed America exactly why I nominated him [and] was powerful, honest, and riveting.” It is hard to imagine a female display of emotion that would ever be given the same degree of weight — while crying men may be able to position themselves as overcome with emotion in the face of a great offense, women who are similarly affected are dismissed as weak, emotional, or just women being women.