Don Tapscott

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Don Tapscott

“During the winter nights, the starlings create one of the most spectacular things in nature. It’s called a murmuration, in reference to the murmuring of the wings of the birds. The murmuration functions on the basis of interdependence. Somehow the birds behave as if the interests of the individual bird is consistent with the interests of the murmuration as a whole, and there’s...

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Jeremy Rifkin

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Jeremy Rifkin

“The revolution here is from hierarchical to lateral power. That’s the power shift. This shift is going to change the way we live, the way we educate our children, and the way we govern the world.”   Jeremy Rifkin is an American economist, author, public speaker, social critic, political adviser and activist. Described as a social and ethical prophet, he has been...

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Barbara Marx Hubbard

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Barbara Marx Hubbard

“There’s a love emerging now that’s coming from our creativity, that’s yearning for joining, because it can’t fulfil itself alone. When it finds others, it starts to fall in love, but it’s a love at the next level of creativity. It’s excitement. It’s vocational arousal. I see that the planet is going to be evolved by a massive uprising of creativity...

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Colin Beavan

Posted by on Feb 11, 2013

Colin Beavan

“Our current cultural story tells us you get to work, you do your job, earn a lot of money, and that will help all of us, because that will grow the economy. People are up to their ears in credit card debt. They’re losing their houses to mortgage foreclosures. They’re working so much that they can’t spend time with the people they love. Maybe we could find a way of life...

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