Long Term Societal Change Blog

One of the main reasons why so many types of societal dysfunction persist for so long is that our current power structures don’t want change and current societal leadership will do anything to maintain the status quo. Changing dysfunction systems which have been millenia in the forming can’t happen overnight.
Our long term societal change division is about deep exploration of societal imbalances and identifying the root causes, and then putting long term plans in place to address those changes. And by long term, we frequently mean beyond the course of our lives. As an individual these problems frequently seem too daunting to even consider trying to work on, but as part of a global community dedicated to long term change, reasons for optimism exist.

Trent Simmons

What happens when personal integrity is neglected?

FIFA is a perfect example of what happens when the forces advocating for a culture of personal integrity aren’t strong enough to prevail. FIFA is an amazing organization. They monetized the sport, created perhaps the greatest sporting spectacle the world has yet seen, and rather than simply resting on their laurels with all the sponsorships…

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Trent Simmons

Who said anything about Easy?

At a corporate workshop recently, we were discussing how and when to take a stand when confronted with morally dubious decisions at work. Changing jobs was discussed as one possibility and a manager said “It’s not that easy” And they are right, it isn’t an easy decision. But easy decisions are how the world has…

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