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Do You Want To Live In A Better World?

A new human civilization in which "world problems," particularly among the least advantaged -- problems like coercion, violence, poverty, disease, environmental degradation, education, etc. -- are being addressed in respectful, voluntary, cooperative, creative, and productive ways...

There are many individuals and groups working for a better world. But how can these idealists and visionaries successfully compete against BIG BUSINESS and coercive BIG GOVERNMENT who often don't seem to care about the plight of the downtrodden population and the degraded environment?

Did you know that by flying in V-formation, a flock of geese adds at least 71 percent greater flying range than if each bird flew on its own?

People who share a common direction and sense of community can progress toward their destinations much faster and easier if they organize themselves so their individual journeys benefit from mutual "uplift drafts" created by "flying in formation."

Do You Dream of a New Human Civilization?

We're Creating a "Mutual Uplift System" That Enables Like-Minded Individuals to Make the Differences the World So Desperately Needs

We idealists and visionaries are often under funded and lack the power and influence to make the differences the world so desperately needs.

All that is about to change, because we've made some huge breakthroughs related to the "POWER OF FORMATION-FLYING!"

Next fall, when you see geese heading south for the winter, flying in a V-formation, you might consider that scientists have discovered why they fly that way.

As each bird flaps its wings, this creates an uplift draft for the bird immediately following. By flying in a V-formation, the whole flock adds at least 71 percent greater flying range than if each bird flew on its own.

When a goose falls out of formation, it suddenly feels the extra drag and resistance of trying to go it alone. It quickly gets back into formation to take advantage of the lifting power from the bird in front. If we had as much sense as a goose, we would stay in formation with those who are headed in the same direction we are.

When the lead goose gets tired, it rotates back and another goose flies at the point. It is sensible to take turns doing demanding jobs. Geese honk from behind to encourage those up front to keep up their speed. An encouraging word goes a long way.

Finally, when a goose gets sick, or is wounded by a gunshot, and falls out of formation, two other geese fall out with it and follow it down to lend help and protection. They stay with it until it is able to fly or it dies, and only then do they launch out on their own or with another formation to catch up with their group. If we had the sense of a goose, we would stand by each other like that.

We're creating a "mutual uplift system" with extraordinary power! In fact, it's much more powerful than the V-formation of the geese.


We use the term "Better-World Builders" to describe ourselves. There are a number of shifts that increases our chances of success:


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The Opportunity Gap!

Why has Microsoft been so successful? Why did it overtake IBM in terms of market valuation some years ago?

Microsoft basically sells software programs to make personal computers more efficient and effective and easier to use. (If for whatever reason you don't like Microsoft, that's fine. We're not endorsing them. We only use them as an example to illustrate the "opportunity gap.")

We could call Microsoft's programs "computer success programs." At the time Microsoft was created, its potential could have been measured by the difference between how successful personal computers were at that time compared to how successful they could become. There was a gap between what was and what could be. This gap represents potential. By utilizing this gap of potential, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and some of his associates became billionaires and top the list of the richest people in the world.

The "gap of potential" can also be called an "opportunity gap." In human affairs there is also a gap between what is and what could or should be. We suffer from "human failure programs" that tend to keep many of us stuck at a low level -- if we allow them to! The gap between what is and what could or should be represents potential -- the opportunity gap. In human affairs generally, this potential is vastly greater than the potential that enabled Bill Gates to become the richest man in the world.

There is this huge potential of the opportunity gap in human affairs. Provide people with the means to bridge the opportunity gap -- shift from where they are to where they could or should be -- and earn a fortune, is the main emphasis of the big business breakthroughs that are now within your grasp!

Providing people with "superior brain software" -- and the means for them to dump their "old, obsolete software" and replace it with "superior brain software" -- will soon become a billion dollar operation -- and you can be part of it from the beginning!

Imagine that you had acquired some Microsoft shares at its beginning. How rich would you now be? Well, you now have an even greater potential within your grasp, compared to the early Microsoft share owners!

Question: If There are Such Good Ways of Improving the World, Why Haven't They Been Applied and Why Does the World Seem to Be Getting Worse in Many Ways?

There have been some great "world improvers." Buckminster Fuller comes to mind as an example. Maybe until now most (if not all) would-be world improvers have been less effective than they could have been because they were handicapped by one or more of seven main factors:

  1. They operated with too narrow a perspective (we are open to all perspectives, except those that advocate and/or practice coercion/violence).
  2. They didn't recognize all the subtle forms of coercion/violence and how they lead to misery.
  3. They advocated reforming "bad systems" while having no ability to personally implement the reforms in any permanent manner.
  4. They operated in more or less isolation. (We need to make it not only possible, but automatic, for large numbers of individuals and groups to support one another.)
  5. Their projects were often under funded. (Ideally we can make it relatively easy for individuals, groups, and organizations to fund their projects with all the money they might need.)
  6. In general, they only involved people who wanted a better world in certain ways in their projects. (We need to make it possible, not only for large numbers of world improvers to cooperate, but also to gain the automatic support of people who are "just in it for the money!")
  7. If they had discovered certain factors necessary for improvement and tried to communicate them, they would have been dismissed as "crazy!"

In some respects the world is getting worse. The main reason could be that, in general, "bad systems" and/or "bad people" have the upper hand by a huge margin. There haven't been any world improvers effective (or willing) enough to gain the upper hand.

Question: I'm interested mainly in creating a better world; how will you help that happen?

We assume that in order to bring about a better world, we need large numbers of "better people" to take effective actions. The main objective is to "gather together" many people. This is where better marketing comes in. We also assume that, in general, people can take more effective actions, if they are financially stronger. This is why we emphasize money-making and getting better at it.

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