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Our beliefs are what limit us

  1. 1. A brighter future is possible…
  2. 2. If each one of us…
  3. 3. Can radically change…
  4. 4. What we believe.
  5. 5. Our beliefs are what limit us.
  6. 6. All of the resources and technology required to eliminate social, economic, and environmental ills exist today.
  7. 7. Yet, we continue to live racially, religiously, and economically segregated.
  8. 8. We have unprecedented wealth inequality, hunger, and homelessness.
  9. 9. We have have a global climate crisis.
  10. 10. Meanwhile we are infatuated…
  11. 11. inebriated…
  12. 12. more distracted…
  13. 13. and less personally connected…
  14. 14. than ever before.
  15. 15. “I fear the day that technology will surpass human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots.” 
 ―Albert Einstein
  16. 16. Is this…
  17. 17. Really this?
  18. 18. What do we really believe in?Z
  19. 19. What are we really searching for?Z
  20. 20. While technology is racing forward our belief systems are thousands of years old.
  21. 21. Solutions that originate from within current beliefs and unconscious biases only extend existing paradigms and cannot truly solve current problems.
  22. 22. Narcissism 2.0.Z
  23. 23. “We only see what we want to see, we only hear what we want to hear. Our belief system is a mirror, that only shows us what we already believe.” 
 ―Don Miguel Ruiz
  24. 24. Most of our beliefs lie deep beneath the surface.
  25. 25. “Your beliefs become your thoughts, your thoughts become your words, your words become your actions, your actions become your habits, your habits become your values, your values become your destiny.” 
 ―Mahatma Gandhi
  26. 26. Values Habits Actions Thoughts Beliefs Conscious Sub Belief framework
  27. 27. Belief influencers 2. Family of origin Parental and family influence. 1. Cultural / social norms Shared societal influence. 3. Peer group Influence of friends, acquaintances,
 colleagues, coworkers, etc. 4. Education / training Influence of new information. 5. Experiences Beliefs influenced by trial and error, travel,
 and exposure outside the family, local culture,
 peer group, etc. Conscious Subconscious
  28. 28. Limiting subconscious beliefs Scarcity is real. Land should be owned. Borders, boundaries, countries, and governments are necessary. Conflict is inevitable. Some are better than others. Technology is the solution. Convenience and comfort are positives. Profit is motivational. Money and economies are required for commerce. Change is scary and difficult. There is no incentive. Resources are finite.
  29. 29. Conscious beliefs Subconscious beliefs NEW PARADIGMS EMERGE New paradigms
  30. 30. Complementary beliefs Complementary beliefs aligned yet distinctly separate Belief system B Belief system A
  31. 31. Shared beliefs between systems. Shared beliefs Belief system B Belief system A Shared Beliefs
  32. 32. Opposing beliefs Opposing beliefs co-exist without conflict Belief system B Belief system A
  33. 33. Belief system B Belief system A Conflict emerges when opposing beliefs attempt to reconcile. Conflicting beliefs Conflict
  34. 34. Conflict Conscious Subconscious Conscious Subconscious Belief system A Belief system B Beliefs Detailed conflict model The greater the connection to a sense of self identity the greater the conflict. Self Identity
  35. 35. The most fundamental belief to begin with is simple…
  36. 36. We are all connected.
  37. 37. PRSYM Is a platform for redesigning new systems and models @prsym http://prsym.com