Monday, 5 October 2020

Sustaining shared-view in the seven areas of signifcance

Apparently we live in a post-truth world i.e. objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief. Post-truth politics is arguably the greatest example.

Speaking for myself I want a world that is post-politics. I prefer a shared-view world where we rise above our different opinions and agree on things that matter to all of us. In such a world we are not divided as human beings, rather we respect difference and diversity.

Most of our troubles, personal, local, organisational, national, and international, are fundamentally based in our perceived need to hang onto the world in here (my view), our issues with the world out there (other people's views), and, our failure to focus more on the world we share (ours).

The exciting news is that when we find and sustain shared-view (ours) we can triumph over all our troubles.


I recorded some short videos and podcasts and created a one page diagnostic to help you to find and sustain shared-view in seven areas of significance. 


In this week's Wednesday video and Friday podcast and associated blog posts I will be exploring the power of performance possibility partners and peers in finding and sustaining shared-view and building together a world where politicians have a lot less influence.

Be remarkable.
Ian

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