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Why Thrive! And Why It Is Better

 Why Thrive!

  We can and should aspire to build, achieve and sustain a thriving future. Aspire to not only survive but thrive. Aspire individually and together to build a much better future. Aspire to Thrive!, achieving a thriving future for all forever.

    Motivating and enabling us is the “human force”, a large, positive and sustained driver of our behavior. It is our need to survive and desire to thrive today and forever. Humans have unique desire to thrive. Humans have unique ability and motivation to think through how to survive and thrive in the future. It is primary, inherent and never-ending motivating and enabling force that drives our behavior positively.

   Thrive! is driven by this “human force”. It is a large, positive and sustained force for “everyone and everything” and for the “short and long term future”.

    Now is time for Thrive! advocacy for thriving future for each and all of us. It is for whole person, family, community, nation and world. It is moves people from low to high ability, motivation, performance and status. It is strategic advocacy to move us all from vulnerability to surviving to thriving.

Why Thrive! Is Better

   Thrive! is the call for action to fix what is broken and build a thriving and surviving future for all forever. It is unique and better than past and current approaches because it:

  • Strives to achieve a thriving and sustained future for all. 

  • Joins people of all backgrounds/generations together.

  • Addresses every person, community and issue.

  • Uses whole "community" strategy. 

  • Uses whole "person" strategy. 

  • Uses whole "system" strategy.

  • Takes integrated approach to cross-cutting issues.

  • Uses integrated approach to people/environment strategy.

  • Uses "person-centered" that recognizes behaviors are problem and solution. Addresses "human behavior".

  • Uses strategic/operational planning and execution.

  • Uses next generation strategy/tools to build thriving future. Beyond past approaches that fail or or fall short.

  • Uses "eMedia", including social media and networking, to  activate a vast movement in "real time".

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