How should we respond to the challenges of Worldview Two - climate change, peak oil, soil and ocean issues, as well as economic and community challenges? A bunch of us are getting together in La Conner, WA (between Seattle and Vancouver BC) on October 9, 2016, to talk about this, and you're invited! Here's a copy of a flyer so you can learn more and see how to sign up: wv2-conference-flyer-9-2-2016KEEP READING >
Time to Change the Worldview
Whenever we make plans, there are always assumptions about how things will work, and the nature of the world we are planning into. The usual framework is that what we’ve experienced in the recent past will be pretty much what we’ll see going forward, with some improvements along the way. The hardest thing is to notice what’s been hiding in plain sight… more >>
Reasonable Actions for the New World
f having a proper worldview is important for individuals, it is essential for people who give advice. Most financial advisors (and their clients) start from the perspective that money and numbers are the most important part of the planning process. However, among the factors that give rise to satisfaction and happiness in life, relationships, community, health, and a sense of personal control are all more important than the amount of money someone has.
Who Am I?
I’m Dick Vodra, an energy and financial planning consultant in McLean, VA. I’ve been active in writing and speaking about Peak Oil and related issues for the past decade, and had an active financial planning practice for 27 years. To learn more, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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