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Alexander Hurley

Aug 16, 2017


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I like the overall feel of the proposal, and the focus on actions to move forwards rather than just lamenting about the state of things. 

I would greatly appreciate it if you expanded on how some of the proposed events would work (e.g. the meditation or an art fair). How would these be designed? What exactly would you hope to get out of them? What would be the metrics for evaluation? 

The proposal also feels a bit weak when addressing costs and does not address how to deal with the inevitable push-back that such a movement will get from vested interests once it builds momentum. 

Best of luck!

Yan Golding

Aug 17, 2017


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Thank you for your reflections Alexander.

I believe this link to Global Solutions Day will answer your questions about the events.

For the costs we would initially approach transformational philanthropists and foundations. Through unifying collectives from all sectors of human innovation, ancient wisdom and conscious evolution we will attract the support of high profile grassroots leaders and progressive celebrities all the way to Oprah Winfrey and the Dalai Lama. It is this open and solutions-oriented unification that simultaneously addresses the current limitations of funding, public exposure, public support and the inevitable push-back from the powers-that-be/were. We can know clearly anticipate and recognise the strategies for sabotage, infiltration and co-opting.
This movement ultimately represents the sustainable future of business and offers numerous blueprints and business plans for regenerative businesses and conscious impact investors.