Category: systems

May 13, 2010

Submission to Task Force on Financial Literacy

As you may already know, a Task Force on Financial Literacy is working on a report and recommendations for a national strategy to strengthen financial literacy in Canada. The report is for the Minister of Finance …

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December 3, 2009

Comments on the Munk Debate on climate change

Filed under: crisis,environment,futuring,lifestyle,planning,systems - 03 Dec 2009

This post was intended as a comment on Marie Snyder’s blog post about the Munk Debate on climate change on Dec 1, between Elizabeth May and George Monbiot vs Nigel Lawson and Bjorn Lomborg. If you haven’t watched …

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January 29, 2009

Set out to be more self reliant

The more responsibility you take for your own financial plans and management, the better the chances for success. Complete outsourcing can be expensive and risky, while devoting personal time, attention and effort to it will most likely bring great rewards. …

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A few straight talking pundits

This section is mainly a collection of video clips and other documents with a few connecting comments. These ‘gurus’ differ from the mainstream, and are recommended as sources to heed to. Some of the documents are embedded in this page; …

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Why listen to me? … take it as chest thumping if you want

Selection of a few excerpts from newsletters during the last decade are meant to illustrate the benefits of the broad-based, holistic, systemic approach. It’s also a demonstration of the falsity of claims that the current crisis was unpredictable.

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