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
An old friend floored me with candor: "Unfortunately, like countless others without other options, I have consented to exist and subsist, and even to try to take my best chances in the current system, lacking viable alternatives. That is the sad victory of the mainstream: to compel people to consent, however begrudgingly, to throw their … Continue reading Why your neighbors don’t take action
Society benefits economically when people are free to choose. That doesn't happen today. But it can. Here's how.
An IT freelancer - an expert in WordPress - is mildly frustrated with her situation. Her skill is in demand. She's passionate about the work she does. Yet as a freelancer, her income is limited by the amount of hours she can work. She has enough demand to justify starting her own agency. Create jobs … Continue reading How limits squash freedom squash choices