Most Australians look at politicians with disdain, but they continue to expect government to solve their problems.
Concerns include a social breakdown, an approaching climate calamity, loss of genetic diversity, world overpopulation, economic stagnation, and a loss of manufacturing jobs.
Eric Gribble, who has spent his life in New Zealand and Australia, explores why Australians do not embrace personal empowerment and responsibility. More importantly, he reveals a new model that will allow Australians and others to solve complex problems.
This decentralized model would empower individuals and acknowledge that government doesn’t have all the answers. It would also give people the insights they need to take advantage of business opportunities, increase demand by curbing government handouts, enact sound economic policies, and create a level playing field for Australian businesses.
By rediscovering the principles of personal empowerment, personal responsibility, and self-reliance, we can start Placing Australians on a Fast Elevator to the Future.