Worldview 4 for Planning and Action

Worldview 4 for Planning and Action

This is part of a new worldview-based post series – intended for planning and action use by executives and managers. These posts offer an example framework that might be adapted to address particular needs and situations. Worldviews are updated weekly. Planning and action examples appear in each post. This post describes how to deal with a never-ending stream of serious disruptions.

A Worldview for Proactive Planning and Action

A Worldview for Proactive Planning and Action

My last post outlined a major change in direction for both this blog and for my related activities. The blog will focus on a weekly rolling worldview going forward. At the same time, I will begin offering coaching and support services along the lines of what I have done in past. This post is the first of the worldview series.

Does Anybody Know What Is Really Going On?

Does Anybody Know What Is Really Going On?

The U.S., Russia, China – who are the good guys? There are none. Each is pursuing its own agenda, which is not at all for our benefit. What are these power players up to? Obfuscation, everywhere. Hard to find anything that can be believed on its face. How can we live or manage without really knowing what’s going on?

Gold Is Not the Answer for Hard-Times Survival

Gold Is Not the Answer for Hard-Times Survival

Our dollar-money is about to become worthless, so use it now to buy gold. How many times have I read this pitch recently? The dollar has lost only 98% of its value since 1913. Just 2% to go, right? Well, the real story is different and critically important to surviving the hard-times that are surely coming – fast.

Our Brave New World

Our Brave New World

Aldous Huxley wrote in his dystopian novel Brave New World (1932) about a new world being created by people with extremely evil natures. While this description might apply to almost any period in history, it seems especially relevant to our world today. Changes that are occurring seem indeed to be ushering in our very own brave new world. But why “brave”?