Parallel NOT Linear Means Create Positive AND Prevent Negative

I just finished Jane Benyus’s book, Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature. It is an amazing book that provides many ways to find answers in nature. A great answer I learned is how nature does multiple things at once, it does not work in a linear fashion as we often do. All our cells work to create solutions simultaneously to improve the whole. Nature, which we are, means we should be developing solutions that enable more life. With that in mind, we need to think about creating Positive Health AND Prevention, which  happens as we create better health.

Biomimicry 3.8 is an amazing website with a large amount of helpful information I encourage you to explore. To help you get started, below is one of Jane Benyus’s TED Talks. Enjoy and remember start now creating interactions so everyone and everything benefits.

Be Well’r,

Craig Becker

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  1. […] can see multiple posts where I discuss this, including Jane Benyus’s work on Biomimicry at Parallel NOT Linear Means Create Positive AND Prevent Negative, and  McKibbin thoughts on “The Pope and the Planet”, Today’s Pascal’s Wager, One We […]

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  2. […] I recommend her book and website – Biomimicry. Previous related posts include this and this […]

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