There is a change afoot, hard to deny.
Humanity is searching for relevance.
What has occupied our days for so long is being replaced by machines and AI.
We are still believers that the battle to occupy the top of the pyramid makes us relevant. And towards that we scramble over each other to reach the rarified air of the win.
Yet the field that requires the most cultivation is grass roots. The recognition that we are all relevant. We all have value, we all are equally deserving of dignity.
How do we support communities of all human relevance? Is this not a beautiful question?
This is an appeal to the young (of mind) turk innovators to ask these types of questions towards a world that works for everyone.
Photo taken October 30th 2018
Podcast for this week, Mark Eckhardt – Masculinity as “The ability to create experiences that produce love and connection”
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About Christine McDougall
Creating a world where Syntropic Enterprises are the way we do business. Leaving everything better.
As the Founder and Chief Steward of Syntropic.world – Christine works with leaders and enterprises globally who have a commitment to being the pioneers of enterprise change. Christine has the ability to completely re-imagine business, its role in our world, and its potential for a future for all humans. She experiences a deeper level of truth through applying synergetics (Buckminster Fuller’s anticipatory design science) and the working laws of Universe to enterprise design and human co-ordination. She has a way of articulating this so others can see it as well. Christine questions the most basic assumptions that drive our complex systems and can map that back to what is needed today. To learn more visit www.syntropic.world