From No-Man s Land to All-Man s Land
posted on Friday, January 22, 2010 04:04 PM
Beginnings, Potential, New Times, New Hope
In the midst of the frustration of seeing what have been considered stable and secure falling down (and rather rapidly), I am remarking as well, how much of what we 'knew', was actually not based on substance and relied on images of prosperity and the like, to draw us in as consumers of one sort or the next.
To some extent, although disappointing, it isn't as tragic as it may seem, since so many of the outcomes have been undesirable anyway!
Some major results of the System as we know it, have been frustration, no real security, confusion and for younger persons, a definite uncertainty of which way to go with so few examples of contented, satisfied people to work with.
Therefore, looking at everything with a different or maybe one should say 'open' eye, this new period in fact provides us with brand new opportunities to satisfy and to serve far more people, as we emerge from the rubble of the dying capitalist System.
Most of the old style models of business which predominated, didn't for example, have sustainability in mind: they were mostly based on exploration and exploitation and not integration, optimisation or harmonisation. This left out, obviously, the input of many new sources and ideas, and frankly, people.
Lots of great intentions have been stifled over the years that could have helped solve problems in our time, and the creative impulse tamped down.
And so, rather than be fearful of what the unknown 'No-Man's Land' presents for us, why don't we see it as the ideal opportunity to get on board the inevitable upward growth spurt and (re)activate the ideas that we may have had discouraged over the years, with a view to finally moving them forward with less inhibitions?
Now, more than ever before, the creative individual has the chance to actualise her/his visions to a receptive world which is looking for answers, and for evidence that someone is taking their interests to heart and not only trying to make a quick sale!
People will be actively seeking out the thinker that is creating value, before pulling their money out and will want to build relationships with providers they can trust and hopefully, grow together with.
So, why don't we see this 'space' as 'All-Man's Land', open and ready for business... this time, of the valuable kind?
Creatives, take your mark!
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