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Jonathan Maas
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TEDGlobal 2012 Jonathan Maas

What

There’s little chance that Jonathan Maas is an unknown name for you. He recently published his book “Wereldverbeteraars” and is writing for Trouw and the VPRO-magazine. His view on how you can change the world by looking at it from a different perspective will be an eye opener for many of us.

radical openness

great, but aren't we terribly afraid?

Shouldn't we just share and be open?

i think it does

sharing

Sebastiaan travelled around the world

questioned artists etc.

They not only have great ideas

Like sustainablity and better living conditions

They were willing to share!

Having other people think with them

make it better/use it themselves

creative circle that doesn't stop

Who

Jonathan Maas

Journalist

VPRO magazine

Trouw

@jonathanmaas

'Real change'

is needed

economy

evironment

real change

not about a structure

but yourself, your attitude, sharing instead of competing

will come from individuals

not politics

examples:

someone wants to get rid of certain commercial crap

fashion from micro bacteria, has no training so has to work together, Working with scientists is hard, but she succeeded

What is needed? Radical openness

Andre Platteel

Works with

politicians

artists

change towards a world where everyone can flourish

seem difficult

we like to thrive in exclusion

if you think along that line it will be about separatism etc.

'Politics is dead'

you can't expect anything from them

key to change

what we saw today

radical openness, it's here, it's here all the time, paying profound attention, experience it completely, fully connected, by empathy, growth

examples, have people from different backgrounds work together, differences fall away after a few days, 1 or 2 actually

we have to change ourselves

Crisis stories are not making us better

what should we do then?

every moment is new (that's radical openness)

'objective journalism is gone'

should we interview people with inspiring ideas more?

instead of politicians speaking 'ill words'

we find ourselves or other people very important

we are alle facilitators

where we can invite other people to flourish