Global Changes 2016

We are living in interesting and potentially very globally positive times.

We are doing all we can to help with global optimisation and also helping people directly here in the UK and around the world.

What is exciting is that more than ever before we are observing people interested and committed to more of what we think really matters.

In the next few months, there is a major US election with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton currently being the two primary candidates expecting to become president, following on the presidency of Barack Obama.

The largest corporations in modern human history – in terms of capital, revenues and global reach – have announced their planned deliverables for the next few months – including Tim Cook at Apple with their new Macbook Pros, Microsoft with their Surface Studio, and Elon Musk at Tesla with their Solar Roof cells and so much more.

There have also been some very interesting movies which point very clearly at things that we need to address for us all to be free – e.g. I, Daniel Blake and Before The Flood and many more..

What has been interesting is to watch people start to ask better questions and we’re proud to be supporting that through a new course called which has been launched and which we are supporting as part of our objective to advance education.

As they say.. it doesn’t matter what the answers are if people are asking the wrong questions.

We are also looking forward to the upcoming Global Entrepreneur Week and the next Sharing Our Solutions ( ) showcase

We want to thank all those groups, companies and individuals who are actively looking at what we can all do to make the difference.

We are doing all we can, please join and us do what you can too.

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Poverty – How can you help?

Poverty: How Can You Help?

Poverty is the most common problem in most of the countries today. In fact, even the United States of America, a very powerful nation, faces the same dilemma. While poverty is more prevalent in the third-world countries, we cannot deny the fact that the vast marginalized sector are often not given the help that they need. However, we also cannot discount the fact that the poverty-inflicted population may have contributed to their situation.

Cases of poverty vary depending on the situation they are in. There are those who are inflicted with it because of natural calamities and they are thriving hard to fight poverty.

For instance, the victims of the typhoon Haiyan; because of the typhoon, a lot of them were displaced. In fact, even the rich have lost their fortunes and can no longer give employment to the other people who depended on them. You can expect that when people are getting back up, they needed help in their everyday living. They need food, clothing and shelter.

On the other hand, there are also those who are born in poverty. It is sad to say that there are people who are blaming their parents for being poor and just because they were born poor, they can no longer do anything about it. All they do is complain and rely on the help from others.

There are also those who blame the government for being poor. Well, this can sometimes be true at some point especially for those countries where corruption is at sky-high.

Lastly, there are those who are victims of circumstances; for example, economic turmoil, job loss and many others.

Given the examples above, the question now is what can you do to help alleviate this problem? Will you be willing to lend a helping hand or will you continue to live your life just as it is? After all, you are not in the situation and why would you even care?

There can be many ways for you to help. One of the ways would be to teach those who are in poverty to actually work for their living. It’s like teaching them how to fish instead of giving them the fish. By teaching them how to provide for themselves, the good and decent way, they are able to change their lives for the better. Besides that, this is a more sustainable approach to alleviate the situation.

On the other hand, you can also donate to different sectors that have continuous programs in addressing poverty. What makes this a better way is the fact that by adding up all the help received, many people can benefit from it.

Yes, it is true that you are free not to care. However, as a citizen of the world, you would want to make a difference. Remember, you will only live once, so why not make a difference and be a catalyst of change. This doesn’t mean that you help everybody. In fact, even if you are only helping one person, this is a great thing already.

Now think again, how can you help fight poverty?

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