Stories That Connect
A social tourism network in Belgium has found a way to capture and share its many amazing stories of impact. The stories are revealing the size of the network, sparking new connections between people and igniting even further change. Read more.
Community gathering animates divided B.C. city in a positive, pragmatic way, participant says

“I can bake.” “I can listen.” “I can teach people of all ages how to play soccer.” A recent gathering in Salmon Arm, British Columbia, saw people mingling through the room, telling one another about gifts they bring that they felt could help reanimate their community in a positive way.

Camille Jensen

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Imagine it’s 2030. The world’s greatest generation of entrepreneurs, the baby boomers, have retired from the more than 600,000 small- and medium-sized businesses they founded. Due to the thousands of companies that went up for sale, and an awareness of the gravity of the transition, a significant number of business owners chose to sell their companies to their employees.

Otto Scharmer

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I have just returned from an interesting experience in Washington. D.C.:  a panel discussion with His Holiness the Dalai Lama. The event was sponsored by the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), a leading neo-conservative think tank responsible for much of the intellectual core and agenda of the Bush-Cheney administration. So why would I go to a place that co-engineered much of the thinking that led us into the disaster of the Iraq War and the financial crisis of 2008, costing us trillions of dollars, and causing massive waves of human suffering across cultures?