Author of The Song of Significance, Tribes, Purple Cow and Linchpin
It is easy to get discouraged when faced with the reality of the current climate crisis, economic instability, and the vast income inequality across the globe. It’s obvious that our trajectory is aimed toward destruction.
But is it possible to make adjustments to that path, and if so, who’s going to lead us? Generation Hope answers these questions, first by exploring the historical, political, economic, and cultural foundations that got us where we are today, and then delving into what it’s going to take to insure that we are headed toward a sustainable future that benefits us all. Written in clear and compelling prose, the book addresses a wide range of today’s most pressing economic issues, from the macroeconomic challenges that humanity collectively faces, to our personal engagement with our current economic system.
You will read illuminating and inspiring examples of people, organizations, companies, and governments that are already doing the work of building inclusive economic systems that serve all of humanity and this planet we call home.Little by little, our consciousness is already shifting, especially among millennials and younger generations.
This book illustrates how to continue moving from a mindset of scarcity and survival to one of abundance and thriving, from narrow-minded self interest to an awareness that we are part of a much larger interconnected whole.The world needs us. Together, we can save our planet and help humanity thrive.
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This book has been created as a public service and is available for free download in PDF and e-reader formats.
Albert Einstein said, "We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them." Which is why we need to deepen our understanding and begin building a more inclusive future. One person at a time.
Join me on this journey and together we can create a world worth leaving to the next generation.
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