Courtesy of Clare Mason, the Journalist responsible for developing American awareness of W. Edwards Deming and this NBC documentary.
Decades of war and misguided government measures to protect Ugandan citizens left the younger generations struggling to make a place for themselves, to find hope and to become unified. The PWI Co-Lab™ is positioning Ugandans to reclaim what was lost.
Gain a 30,000 ft view of publishing’s importance to our foundation of freedom. Learn why we need a publishing platform that weaves spiritual principles into content to build commerce-based communities that support the betterment of mankind. [...]
The power of technology is upon us. It’s imprinted on almost every facet of our lives… yet with all this technology, a paradox exists. Learn how the misuse of technology perpetuates cultural decay and see a bold new direction for curtailing its destruction. [...]
An evolving technological landscape and accelerating cultural decay have combined to leave the younger generations with an inability to partner and learn. AwareComm® has a plan for turning this trend up-side down and returning collective strength to all. [...]
What – Re-shape and transcend fear-based cultures to trust-based cultures as a foundation for empowerment
How – Begin a pilot that is Self-Funding/Perpetuating/Regulating
Who – Key partners form social-cultural responsible ventures [...]
For more than 20 years the Acoli people of Northern Uganda have not known peace. A spiritual war stabbed at the heart and soul of this region. A few seized power at the expense of the many. Learn about an inspiring answer to reverse this cultural genocide. [...]
Traditional sobriety is focused on stopping the use of the physical substance, behavior or process. The problem is physically sobriety is only one part of the solution. Long-term sobriety and maturity require 5 kesy aspects [...]