Create More Good, Not Just Less Bad

On Wednesday I made a presentation to our sustainability committee encouraging them to imagine how we can make things better and to imagine what could be. Here is the presentation, enjoy and please share your thoughts. Thank you.

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Be Well’r,

Craig Becker

I look forward to hearing about how you use selfish, selfless, synergy to generate All Good by creating interactions so everyone and everything benefits!

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  1. […] focus has been on how we must create more good, not just less bad (see Create More Good, Not Just Less Bad). My recent experiences, however, indicate some have given up. As we know from Prospect Theory, we […]

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  2. […] emissions in total, not just per square foot. We must find a way to do good, not just less bad (see here for more about […]

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  3. […] I cover this idea, Create More Good, Not Just less bad in multiple posts and presentations (linked here, here, here, here, here, here and many others […]

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  4. […] prevent. Instead of just trying to make it less bad, we should focus on how to create more good (see), from a systems perspective. This approach about a better future has many benefits and is what […]

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  5. […] about Climate Change. I encourage you to watch John Oliver, and these post, post, post, post, post post or the many of the other posts this […]

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  6. […] directed toward not just eliminating a problem but making it better. (See here or here or here or here or here and many more previous […]

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  7. […] I look forward to collaborating with you to generating comprehensive benefits by creating interactions so everyone and everything benefits. […]

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  8. […] idea in a short 17 minute presentation I gave to our Sustainability Committee that you can view here or below if you are […]

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  9. […] point from a problem to solve to a vision to create. As described in previous posts (here, here and others), we must start by operationalizing an idealized outcome. Operationalize means to make […]

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