Why it matters. this should be no more than 200 words and the an offer to do deeper for the audience
Life lives in the conversation
Hans Rosling, the late Scandinavian statistician, showed the world, with the numbers to prove it, that overpopulation has been a worry distraction from the very solutions it takes to lift people out of scarcity. He hated being called an optimist.
“ People often call me an optimist, because I show them the enormous progress they didn’t know about. That makes me angry. I’m not an optimist. That makes me sound naive. I’m a very serious “possibilist”. . . As a possibilist, I see all this progress, and it fills me with conviction and hope that further progress is possible. ”
This short video is one of our most popular references. Everyone loves this Dancing Guy's lesson from a talk by Derek Sivers, an early internet pioneer. This video was made by one of his fans made from a live talk in the late 90’s, Derek provides a powerful insight into how movements really take flight. Our entire campaign is a hyper example of this lesson.
Nasa engineers faces an Apollo 13 Crisis none of us could imagine could be solved. To save the astronauts lives, they literally had to fit a square peg into a round hole and within a fixed period of time. Some say our plight is already lost, that our damage to our world is already so far much worse than anyone expected, that we are already past the point of saving ourselves. Perhaps we are not seeing how to re engineer.