Personal Chnage is an interesting phenomenon. In undertaking research on such a matter we should take in mind, that the kind of change observed depends on who is categorizing and evaluating. Rarely researchers take multiple perspectives but focussing on the "idea" of the ordering party. Furthermore researchers often wear rose-colored glasses seeing their "world-leadership" in their area of expertise, very often not overseeing the results in accompanying science's.
In an ever-evolving world where people are constantly attempting to improve different aspects of life, it is encouraging to see these efforts spread to the area of social change. Social change can sometimes be frustrating in its effectiveness, often incremental and tedious. While the desired change is very often seen, the fruit that this change bears takes time to ripen.
After years of research and development, we discovered that the key to community improvement lies first in learning to think differently about how we approach these efforts concerning social change. Rather than deliberate and slow-moving change, we, as social change agents, can move into the roam of possibilities. The goal is to firmly embed this new way of identifying and solving the problems into our mindset and initiate social change.
It is our belief that change leaders should not have to travel long distances in order to learn how to create change in their communities. That is why, we offer our services on site and at various places.
The mechanism of psychological change of individuals and social holons remains unknown. One aim of our studies is to explore and understand how and why psychological change occurs. Another aim is to understand mechanisms wich lead from this point to a broader all-encompassing understanding of the social organism. To find unifying mechanisms which are not greed controlled, offering a sustainable life for humanity without the lacks of any "ism".
Socio-Economic Think Tank
Completely out of thin air and based on given economic thoughts we rethink and design new socio-economic structures.
We are creating systematics to substitute monetary exchange systems.