Right after posting my article about the "Birth of a Young Movement" I receive an email from Peggy Holman about her new book, Engaging Emergence: Turning Upheaval into Opportunity, one of her latest projects.
How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to IMPROVE the world.
~ Anne Frank
Youth Vision 5000 is one of my projects, a movement organized by youth for youth between 15 and 24+ to create their own vision of Curaçao in twenty years (20) and to systematically realize this vision, with consideration for the factors/matters that binds us to the island and how we can stimulate these factors/matters; a bottom-up approach to “Nation Building”, instilling passion and responsibility (individual maturity), global mindset, and broad stakeholder’s participation.
What we do value most or better yet, what we are passionate about largely depends on our core values. Once we understand our own core values and those of others, it becomes much easier to achieve results we seek, achieve success that we feel good about. Then the path to create those results also becomes clearer, whether this may be for personal or business achievement.
Generally, we tend to think of technology mostly in terms of computers and/or electronic gadgets, such as video games, cell phones, latest cars, etc. According to Merriam-Webster, technology is the systemic treatment of an art, the practical application of knowledge, the capability given by the practical application of knowledge, and/or a manner of accomplishing a task using processes, methods, or knowledge.