In the coming world we’re making a reality at Copiosis, there’s no need to have charismatic political leaders standing between what we as society want to have happen and what actually happens. Instead the Copiosis transition plan is creating a society where you and I are free to focus our energies on living enjoyable, healthy lives.
As our demonstration projects are moving forward, I’m learning a lot. We immediately discovered ways to improve what we’re doing. Equally, we’re discovering how quickly other elements of our innovation come into play. One of those is the Citizen Jury. As explained in the link, the Citizen Jury is the process citizens help the payer organization make subjective … Continue reading What a Citizen Jury ruling might look like
Seth Godin writes: Companies don't care about you. Brands don't care about you. Institutions don't care about you either. The only people who are able to care about you are people. The question is, then, is this institution owned, organized, and run by people who will allow the people who work there to care? Generally, … Continue reading “It’s too expensive”
A Copiosis enthusiast asked the following question on the Copiosis Social Page on Facebook. It offers an opportunity for us to better understand our innovation, so I've pasted my response here, with significant modifications and expansion for clarity, and broken into parts for quick consumption. This is part two. You can read part one here. Question: How does Copiosis deal … Continue reading Where you stand on the matter doesn’t matter, Pt. 2