The #IsThereEnough campaign is inspiring, and in line with my convictions, about a new era in our evolution, as a global society. As a campaign built around real and meaningful conversations, it is about building our future and bringing actual economic and social changes. Fundamentally what the campaign stands for is creating inclusion through the power of agreements, thus dissolving the illusion of separation that has been created amongst people throughout history, which is at the root of most conflicts.
The Club of Brussels is a global economic think tank, comprised of 250 economic and social theorists from around the world, developing a plan for economic transition, that is more inclusive, and sustainable. We are proud to announce our support for the #IsThereEnough campaign, as it invites a bigger, more inclusive conversation, for the work we are developing. It brings people of all walks of life into a conversation about what truly drives economic participation, in both established, and emerging markets.
My name is Kristie Thompson and I stumbled upon Mr. Matalon on Facebook. He asked me a simple question of “is there enough?”. Now being a single mom with two kids to take care of, barley enough food to put on the table and living paycheck to paycheck, while going to school, my first response was a very big NO. He invited me to think it over and get back to him. The answer I gave took a lot of careful thought. I know there are pockets in this world where there is, but as I looked around my low income apartment and the food I bought with food stamps, I, like others know otherwise. I got back to Daniel and asked “how do we change this and how can I help?”. Over several months of chats, Daniel made me realize that this world is not as bad off at we think it is, there is an abundance of technology out there and recourses that have yet to be tapped into. Daniel also helped me to realize that all human life has value not just the people that we get along with, which is why he is fighting for 100% of humanity not just a portion. I have come to understand that the #isthereenough movement reaches out into the heart of humanity and reminds us that we ALL have value no matter who we are or where we are on this planet. This is why I decided to help Daniel reach out to world and help other to see that it is possible for us all to have enough, not threw hand outs or from taking from others but from expanding the pie.
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I am the Founder and CEO of TribeHub, a platform that empowers people from all around the world to collaborate and create wealth together. I have spent many years researching human behaviour and developing models that can explain our psychology in new ways with the consideration for varying levels of consciousness found in individuals. This research has culminated in the creation of Paradigm Labs, a non-profit research lab that focuses on quantifying human consciousness in order to understand complex relational dynamics with the purpose of uplifting people based on exactly where they are in life.
The #IsThereEnough campaign is powerful, and psychologically sound, and I see real potential in it having a large positive impact on our society. As a campaign built around real conversation, it’s not just a message, but also an action that can bring about large-scale social change.
To invite the next generation into conversation about global inclusion and sustainable seemed intuitive when the #IsThereEnough campaign was introduced to students and families at our school. From 3 year olds in kindergarten, to the teens in Grade 8, each child left the room curious to test the application of ‘an agreement mindset’ in their own lives, and perhaps, carrying a global responsibility with them. The shockingly simple notion that more agreement might have potential to create a more sustainable and inclusive system of wealth – without anyone being worse off – is one worth fanning into the conscience of our increasingly divided, competitive world.