A connected world is a proximity-oriented world. Transform how you create, collaborate and live with proximity thinking.
Do we humans feel vibrantly alive? Are we meeting our challenges as well as we might? Doing so enjoyably? Individually and in groups? Could be better? Watch this short video (some parts have no sound). You’ll see why things might not be going well, and how proximity thinking can help. I developed it. I hope it helps and think it can. It should make many situations more enjoyable.
For a faster start to proximity thinking, take the online course Let's Be More Alive — Intro to ProxThink mentioned in the video. You’ll get proximity-oriented approaches for our increasingly proximity-oriented world. There’s no set price, but rather a minimum proxri, which should work better in a connected world. There is also a trials version, with bonuses! At the following link, you’ll also find many more answers to the question Why Proximity Thinking? Learn more and sign up at proxthink.thinkific.com.
Even though we live in a world of connected devices, connected ideas and connected things and beings…
• We often struggle to use our connectedness for collaboration, in many areas, but especially at larger scales, from neighborhoods and organizations to globally.
Frustrating, to say the least. These challenges affect the quality of our lives. Sometimes, such struggles have life and death consequences.
In a connected world, proximity thinking approaches should transform how we create, collaborate and live, enhancing life and helping avoid some painful adjustments. Why? Proximity thinking is built around the idea that being is about relating, which brings us back to connectedness, as connectedness is about relationships.
From this idea that being is about relating (a natural fit for a proximity orientation), and the goals of enhancing creativity, collaboration and life, the ProxThink framework emerged. At the same time, these goals helped create related approaches for sustainable proximities and the associated idea of sustainable variety (SustaVariety), which is variety that continues, refreshes, and renews, and is likely one of the keys to vitality and life.
It turns out that SustaVariety is a useful, compact idea. It simultaneously relates to the processes and results of effective creativity and collaboration (generally and in ProxThink approaches), and to liveliness, vitality, sustainability and proximities. So in short, with ProxThink, we can create and enjoy more SustaVariety.
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