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How to use your massive improvement in productivity (by using Simpleology) to help create a future where everyone wins.
The Simpleology way:
Step 1: Choose a social improvement goal -
* Avoid economic collapse
* Prevent catastrophic environmental problem(s)
* Create abundant clean energy
* Fix the broken compulsory education system
* Participate in creating solutions for dealing with exponential population growth
* Identify areas of convergence between people of different political, sociological ideologies.
Step 2: Use the Simpleology platform to:
* Connect with others who are collaborating in a synergistic way to create solutions
* Utilize Simpleology tools to brainstorm possible solutions, quickly test, and use short feedback loops.
Step 3: Invite others to join the fun and go for synergy
'Bonus' tools and trainings:
* How to facilitate a transition from 2 alternative thinking to 3rd alternatives (synergy)
* How to communicate effectively with people who disagree with you
* How to participate in democracy without becoming overwhelmed
* The simple science of happiness
* The simple science of unleashing your inner genius
* The simple science of unleashing your *children's* inner genius.
Bring it on ... Hittin' the MARK! -- You might want to trademark that one lads. I'm looking forward because I'm expanding a few ground floor opportunities myself. Can definitely use the balance.
Sounds interesting - look forward to knowing the details. Most things from Simpleology I have found very useful. I take my time jumping on board new things nowadays - prefer a calmer lifestyle - though just as productive.
It has to be something along the lines of "If the message absolutely, positively has to be there overnight, then choose Federal MaJor"!! :-) (another irresistable offer where cost is no object) Pretty soon those needing sales copy will say FedMAJ it!!! Yes, as true as E=MC^2, this is a fine guess. Overheard in the corridors: You are wrong momentum breath!!! LOL
Got it @Mark.Joyner.. you sneaky you.. Love it, love the suspense... I will use it next time I date a wonderful woman.. for sure it will work and she will love me for it :-) :-) :-)
OK - my previous comment was removed, probably because it has a chicken reference, so I'll keep this one vegan. Does it have something to do with texturized vegetable protein, artificial intelligence and social media organization?
@Mark Joyner come on! The suspense is killing us!!
Let me take a guess, a digital "game-like" productivity simulation? Something that makes real life fun?
Hi Mark, I just like the way you get to us through powerful skill of suspense. How soon is this birth taking place?
@BrendaSueAllan It's pretty awesome, actually.
@rollinroddy you will :-)
@kenundrum61011 OK, it's aliens.
@paulinusofnola Or less calm ... depending. Hahaha :D
@paulinusofnola thanks! This one will make your lifestyle calmer :-)
@patentspending very soon
@simplifyit thank you!
@tonylotven awesome :-)
@JohnMunro hahahaha ... I will say it now: this has absolutely nothing to do with graphene .... unless, that is, you want it to.
@MikeAusten We plan to!
@otto777 haha could you say that one more time in English? ;-)
@StephenMichaelHawley Mmmm hmmmm
@kenundrum61011 I like the way you think :-)
@grassapelli that's too much hype even for me ... maybe we should tone it down a bit and call it "The Second Coming?"
@Geeks4Rent excellent guess :-)
@catricala haha that's right ... "The Dating Habit"
@PniDoc excellent guess ...
@AndrewMason it's actually a vegetable-protein-powered AI that manages your facebook.
@ToddStaples clues coming soon :-)
@tibbsphoto it will be worth it :-)
@Robert Schimmel thanks, Robert! I don't think anyone will be able to predict - it's so different from anything else. No set time frame, but very soon.
@Y2Li excellent idea! I can confirm that's not what's coming ... think bigger.
@CharlesB thanks! We don't have a firm date yet, but very soon ...
@Mark Joyner @Y2Li think bigger: digital "game-like" productivity simulation in multi - player format?! That's bigger, right?