Our vision, in a nutshell.
By NATHAN KINCH
An organisation’s vision can mean different things to different people. To us, it’s an attempt to describe the state of the world we have contributed to, at some distinct point in the future.
What does the future hold?
It’s 2030. We’ve moved beyond crude measures like Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Traditional economic theory is no longer the primary determinant of humanity’s success. Things like SDGs didn’t cut it. We had to shift our focus towards collective Radical Change Actions (RCAs).
Rethinking Humanity’s forecast is a reality. Everyone on planet earth has the ability to thrive — good food, sustainable energy, data, clean water, effective transportation and useful education — for as little as $250 per month.
Frankly speaking, we’re all spending our time differently. We’re able to prioritise the things we really care about. We now live in a better world.
How has Greater Than Learning contributed to this future?
Putting it simply, we’ve helped millions of people all around the world develop their own toolkit for ethical action. They’ve applied their ethical action toolkit to the systems of living we, as a species, rely upon. Doing this has resulted in the design of systems and services that are more socially preferable.
These services enhance wellness and optimise for better, more humanity centric metrics.
We’re a long way from this today. We can only progress if we start #MakingBetterTogether.
We actually recorded the pair content creation session that produced this blog. First go, so it is a little tangential 😉