Collaborative Innovation: A Personal Journey

Collaborative Innovation: A Personal Journey

I\we, the people, need to stand up for change. And I mean “Stand.”
Consider if we stood, literally, for two minutes in silence at noon every Monday, wherever we are, to show that we want:
A) A different system to the current rigged, ‘money takes all’ two-party system.
B) Independent non-political councils for looking in depth into:
a) United States bankruptcy
b) Medicare survival
c) Social Security survival
d) A long-term holistic strategic philosophy that guides our
policies going forward.

Bill Gates, Mr. Money on the Peer-to-Peer TV show, and Deepak Chopra, Mr. Spiritual on Amanpour, say if we don’t co-operate, we are doomed, but no one does anything. The real question is: “Why do we put up with this tearing-us-apart political system. Why don’t we demand change?”

The answer is: We don’t Rebel; because we pretend there is a refuge, but there is none.

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Robert Noyes SmithRobert Noyes Smith: Rob served as an army officer in the Kings African Rifles and SAS. He and his wife Maggie have lived in five countries and have three sons born on three different continents. As well as extensive corporate consulting experience he and Maggie have owned and operated four businesses in three different countries. He now concentrates on executive coaching and writing. From 1996 to 2000 Rob was a Vice President with Senn-Delaney Leadership Consulting Group.

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