Historic change is slow and indefinite. Right now more than ever, social and environmental degradation manifest in the face of capitalistic industrial affairs, while climate looms a potent threat urging us to devise and implement change.
You know the story. You also see changing times. You are, or ought to be, invigorated by newly influential opportunities.
Yet change makers like you have found efforts trumped by a static status quo. Rest assured, your work is not in vain. I’ll illuminate innovative perspective why and offer guidance on how you can apply this empowering, revolutionary strategy that integrates an alternative top-down/bottom-up approach.
The box they tell you to think outside of is full of status quo convictions. These limit you, limit me, limit everyone seeking betterment. Learning to catalyze systemic change, you’ll see how we can naturally think and live outside of the box, blasting beyond limits.
You are pivotal. Be a pioneer. Catalyze change.
The time is ripe. The time is now. Find out how.
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About SolsticeSon: | Mehdi Comeau studied social and environmental development academically and continues in work and personally. He has facilitated participatory workshops in Europe and Africa on disseminating climate change awareness via audiovisual tools. For instance, in Italy Mehdi facilitated a workshop at the International Red Cross’s 150th anniversary/Youth on the Move; in Morocco he worked with a team facilitating workshops on sustainability, environment, climate change, youth action and participatory video to Red Cross Society members from 15 Mediterranean countries; and in Malawi he led a participatory video session focusing on climate change to students. Mehdi is trained by Transition Network to initiate and organize local transition initiatives to live resiliently in the face of peak oil and environmental threats. He writes to inspire social and environmental awareness, and is currently working on a book stemming from the premise of this manifesto. Follow him on twitter at Solstice_Son.
Web site: http://solsticeson.wordpress.com