Why My Personal Website is Omnivorous With 3 Timely Tools for Cultural Change
“You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one. I hope someday you’ll join us. And the world will live as one.” John Lennon
The truth … what dramatic changes our culture has undergone at individual levels, community behaviors and restructuring value beliefs in the last decade! Even if it’s true, that change is the only constant, how can so many new ideas, operations and challenges be manageable, especially if contrary to norms and traditions? Whether you want it or not, things will keep on changing and re-adapting is the best way to keep moving forward.
On one side, there may be overwhelming confusion and uncertainty; on the other side, there may be well-experienced, time-proven timely tools to find better adaptations to common problems.
However, first, you need to face the dawning of changes and accept them as inevitable forces and then choose to manage them with balance, positive energy and flexible ways to use them to your advantage.
My personal website is about how to manage 3 changes
It is my personal legacy after 70 years of trials, experiences and contemplation. As a teacher, my perspective has always been the Big Picture, the total unit of study versus any one objective or account. Decision making has always been based on variables and shared resolutions.
The 3 greatest impacts about which I feel strongly enough to try and offer choices for new cultural changes are:
Online marketing … how to democratize a level playing field
Social Media … how to help teen girls overcome angst and disadvantages to set a mindset that offline time is more important than online time
Nature’s Ecosystem … how to experience and respect nature’s ecology from the roots up with stories
Cultural change: The exponential growth of the Digital Economy and dramatic changes in the internet marketing industry were advantageous to top promoters with spheres of influence.
Along the way, it is undeniable that their experience has simplified and compounded internet marketing. Therefore, how can regular marketers and business owners adapt to changes and compete fairly with these marketing powerhouses?
Timely Solution: Get a different insight from average marketers to avoid the earlier common marketing blunders and how to stay competitive through Business Leverage and the Power of You as an online core identity. Top marketing masterminds can now offer the benefits of a total marketing system, a one-stop-shop for tools, resources and assistance every online business owner needs.
Excerpt: “There is always need for new tools that give direction and resources for success in the digital marketplace for every person with or without technical skills with no critical details missing.” (The Self-Franchise Report)
Cultural Change: Undeniably, social media has made huge cultural changes and memes: our jobs, our families, social relationships, lifestyles, goals and world views. Along the way, young teenage girls with their cell phones and Selfies have openly participated in assuming adult roles as portrayed in the Social Media Circus with many kinds of long-term negative results.
Is there a way to show teenage girls that their adolescent brains may have been hacked causing problems and regrets with Selfie addiction, with a discussion about the importance of respecting their timelines?
Timely Solution: Tell a Big Picture short story about a young adolescent girl’s struggles in a hyper media environment, the realization of her rash and brash brain, her descent into drug addiction, her nightmare of media control, and her gradual awareness of the transient TIME measured not by numbers, counting hours or days, but with blocks and circles of experience as first drawn in the sand and explained by her Grannie.
The key question is asked in chapter one, “What if, you had the power to see the future and how your actions today may affect it? Would you make the same choices today?
Excerpt: “BUT time is only the medium not the victim here. A 14 year old girl can become a victim because she can make a mistake that will affect her whole life. How fair is that? Is it her fault or is it the selfish culture around her? There must be an answer how to stop making the wrong choice at a young age.” A Teen Girl Faces Time in the Sand … A Timely Tale of Social Media Struggles, Regrets and Survival with a Super-Power Tool.
Cultural Change: More and more recently, with greater alarm, the world is paying more attention to the Earth’s bio-systems, ecological balance, pollution and climate change in particular.
How can we show young people that ecological systems are related and depended on each other from the smallest micro-organisms to plants, animals, air, water and even hydrocarbons where humans play a deciding role in survival at all levels?
Timely Solution: Introduce Eco-Fiction, a special genre that combines story telling based on ecological principles. Nature’s characters come alive and talk about their purpose, connections and balance in their communities and environment.
For example, meet a unique water sprite with plant features who tells about his encounters with different characters, some imaginary, but in real settings. His mission is to discover Earth’s Cyclical Truths about how many life forms and systems are interdependent where one broken link can affect the whole system. The story is first person narration to personify the water sprite as a friend about whom we should all care with his fears, hopes and the essential cyclical truths he discovers.
Excerpt: “My thoughts wander about the kind of ecology that humankinds believe in, as I have witnessed. Do they get it that natural life begins with DNA in a nucleus, one celled animals and plants, then species and then an ecosystem? Do they know that every small ecosystem is part of the total large biosphere on Earth that connects them all; water, air, food, resources, and shelter? Do they realize that perpetual growth, industry or destruction of any habitat is not sustainable on a limited planet?” The Incredible Journey of a Water Sprite with Roots
In conclusion, I call my website an omnivorous creation because it can devour so many different keywords as they relate to what people may be searching for. One unanswered question is what if people limit themselves to search for what they know rather than explore what is the potential for cultural changes with uncommon keywords? Isn’t this stagnation in a world of undiscovered opportunities? Would you search for words like self-franchise marketer, timely mindset for teen girls, or eco-fiction e-books, or mindstream for changes?
Comments and questions are always are welcome. What are your ideas about personally managing cultural changes? What works? What doesn’t work?
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Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba said, “The worst people to serve are the Poor people. Give them free, they think it’s a trap. Tell them it’s a small investment, they’ll say can’t earn much … Tell them try new things, they’ll say no experience. Tell them it’s traditional business, they’ll say hard to do. Tell them it’s a new business model, they’ll say it’s MLM ... Tell them run new business, they’ll say no expertise. They do have somethings in common: They love to ask Google … Their Whole Life is About Waiting.”