5 Stages of Grief in Politics


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Kathrine M. Gehl and Michael Porter join Patrick Bet-David on Valuetainment to talk about the political industry and how innovation can break partisan gridlock …

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20 Comments

  1. Ah, solution 1: 'oh, that doesn't work'
    Ah, solution 2: 'oh, that doesn't work'
    Ah, solution 3: 'oh, that doesn't work'
    Ah, solution 4: 'oh, that doesn't work'
    Ah, solution 5: 'well, we'll wait and see'

  2. She hit the "problem" right on the head. Please go take a look @ Russel L Ackoff, true Einstein of problem solving and pioneer of Systems Thinking. Once you understand his approach, everything becomes crystal clear as to the steps to be taken throughout ALL of our social systems (education, health, goverment, etc). True revolutionary "new" perspective. You can check one of his best conference given to high ranking American Navy officers here: https://vimeo.com/257050065

  3. The root of the problem is the superstitious belief that the way for societies to flourish is by submitting to an elite with a blank check on authority, morality, violence. This coercive political system is the paradigm worldwide. It concentrates power in the hands of a few who are not accountable because they have the pubic's permission to be the final arbiter of what's right. 

    This monopoly on power is a mistake. 

    It corrupts everyone in govt. Govt. becomes an elite of self-serving politicians and bureaucrats. ALL GOVT. 

    How do they get away with it? Easily, when the public gives them a monopoly on governing. There is no competing govt., therefore no accountability. 

    Whose to blame? Who created and keeps the govt. alive? The people. They put up with a form of govt. that is coercive, violent, immoral and inhuman. Why? The people are told any other system would result in chaos, that govt. is somehow different from the private sector that has to compete for their support. And they believe this unsupported lie despite the massive evidence (war, injustice, corruption, theft, social unrest) to the contrary. 

    The public is exploited like a slave and remains willfully blind to it. It's as if they are deluded by a mass superstition.

  4. A system that keeps activists and ideological do-gooders at bay is a great system.

    There are far too many people walking around thinking they know what’s best for everyone else and they pay ZERO when it comes to the damage they inevitably do.

    The road to hell is truly paved with good intentions.

  5. But who decides what systems, incentives and rules have to change? with the way the media has done a fantastic job at creating devision and hatred amongst groups and classes, I see a HUGE biased agenda unfolding which will create injustice like you’ve never seen before, Racism magnified by a double standards approach of guilt tripping, Capitalism strangled to the point that hard workers get rewarded less then lazy workers to prevent a pay gap, so on and so forth.