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There is a spark in all of us, a desire to create a better world – a thriving future for ourselves and for generations to come. However, it can all seem so immense, what can we as individuals do? There’s a lot that goes into answering that question, more than can fit in one blog post.  What we’ll tackle here is the question: Where do I start? Where do I...
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There’a a lot of visions of the future expressed in books and films in which there is a dystopian future with a blighted environment, over crowded cities all ruled by mega-corporations.  Think Blade Runner, or Ready Player One.  The bracing fact about all this is that we can see elements of this dystopian imagining of the future in our current reality. There’s an alternative.  In his article Pat Riley speaks...
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In his 1986 book, “Finite and Infinite Games” James Carse speaks about the two kinds of games.  At the simplest level, a finite game is played for the purpose of winning and an infinite game is played for the purpose of continuing the game.   So what does all that have to do with a thriving future? Let’s look at it from the perspective of a corporation.  An example of a...
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For decades growth has been a central tenet of our economic theory and systems.  Yet this growth has led to exceeding ecological limits, with increasing climate change and extinction of species.  We also have many of us slipping below fundamental social foundations in areas like health, education, gender equality and many others. In her TED talk Kate Raworth speaks about shifting the central premise of our economy from one of...
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Generating a future for a thriving humanity will take a critical mass of us imagining realities that stretch far beyond what we know from the past.  So, how do we go about that? Let’s start with an understanding of the past and the future.  It may seem obvious that both the past and the future are essentially not real and are functions of our memory.  This poses a significant limit...
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