In real life it is often more difficult than in an online rollplay. Government officials for instance need to have freedom to commit in the community. They often lack this due to politically driven councils that need to free their authority and means. Or business people who just want to sell and turn over the responsability after invoicing. In real life it is a genuin change in relational commitment. But the online practice is a great help to understand the context differences and how behavior adjusts itself for the benefit of all.
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Publications about the introduction of Sustainocracy and our experiences after 13 years of developing this society model based on core human values
In an attempt to write a book about Sustainocracy and our experiences over the years I found it difficult to not fall into the repetition…
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During an event by Europe Direct I was spontaneously interviewed by Brainport Radio. Through the link you can listen to the podcast. It will also…
If there is one area where 4 x WIN entrepreneurship is making a breaking point difference it is in the transformative world of food awareness…