The only way humanity can ease its collective pain and suffering is through cooperation, but can you imagine our politicians standing for unconditional love in their daily political busyness of representing us, the people, who elected them to office?
Chances are you can’t, which is why we need a new model to govern our affairs.
The Spiritual Busyness model asks the question of who we are in our daily busyness, including our elected officials. One of the reasons it’s so dynamic is its franchising aspect, which gives the model a pay-it-forward component that is practical and explosive.
Franchise owners who share the model with others will generate outrageous cash flows. Moreover, the model comes with its own co-operative political movement and transformational workshop.
The more community that is created, the more money that is made by everyone simply by sharing ideas rather than by capitalizing on them. People win, communities win, businesses win, banks win, and governments win.
The best part is the winning is noninflationary, sustainable, and democratic—and it will lead to vibrant communities of people doing what they love doing, which is just another name for service.