The Social Good Paradigm

The Social Good Paradigm

“The future is better, faster, cheaper, cleaner social good consumerism.”

In our globalized interconnected world, you are directly affected by the total number of minds working towards innovations and solutions. There is a declining window of time to prevent or cure many of the environmental, resource, and health issues that will directly effect YOU or someone you care about in the next ten years and beyond.

With over half of our planet living in poverty we have an untapped potential to exponentially increase the number of minds innovating and decrease the time until many of our most damaging issues are solved. With a collective effort, all of our worst case scenarios can be prevented or corrected before they reach a point of no return. Simply put, more minds equal more solutions more often.

Once you realize the impact that global poverty and sustainability has on your quality of life, you will understand how damaging it is not to proactively contribute to accelerating the current trend towards a social good movement.

Companies only produce what consumers will purchase. Your habits, influence and buying power directly impact the timeline until companies compete on social good as a requirement for profitable long-term business. As corporations continue to become more influential than governments it is critical to increase the accountability for businesses to exist to provide a positive impact while making a sustainable product. We are trending towards better, faster, cheaper social good options which will empower consumerism and corporate power to become the driving force for a healthy sustainable human race.

A social good movement is possible, it directly affects your quality of life, and your actions directly affect the timeline until the social good movement reaches it’s tipping point in which social good becomes a defining part of the culture of humanity.
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I challenge you to intentionally live a Social Good Life. This is not an extreme all or nothing approach. It is simply a realistic, non-sacrificing, incremental improvement lifestyle in which you continuously educate yourself, one habit at a time, to act in a way that ensures 7 billion people can ALL thrive on a healthy planet.