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Theresa and Ross tell how leaders in Nepal discovered the new socioeconomic model, Potentialism, and how they used principles of Potentialism to help negotiate the end to a 10-year civil war.
"Capitalism" and "Socialism" were the most looked up words in 2012, but few people have heard of Potentialism. The authors discuss this new socioeconomic model and how it incorporates the creativity and productivity of capitalism with the social conscious of socialism, without the problems associated with those systems.
Potentialism is first and foremost about how individuals can reach their full potential. Theresa and Ross explain how people can recognize and begin to understand "micro-inhibitors" – the emotional baggage holding them back from reaching their potential.
Technologically we are advanced and sophisticated, but socially we are still in the Dark Ages. The authors discuss why this is and why Potentialism is the key to positive change, for individuals and peoples everywhere.
Theresa and Ross explain why Potentialism is more than an idealistic dream to change the world, and how it provides pragmatic solutions to real problems.
The culture of a business or organization is the number one determinant of success. Theresa and Ross explain how companies are using the principles they teach to improve leadership, productivity and profits.
Knowing your personality type can help you to overcome "learned submission" and achieve your dreams. Knowing the PersonaTypes of your loved ones can improve your relationships. Theresa and Ross explain how.
The Potentialism series of books includes both fiction and non-fiction. The authors explain why they used this new approach to share their ideas.
Will war and poverty always be with us? It doesn't have to be this way. The authors explain how Social and Economic Potentialism drive positive change in developing countries and in America.
Theresa and Ross discuss why "the plight of women worldwide remains the most egregious of human rights violations," and what people can do to change that.
The authors discuss disputes in the news and give their insights as peacemakers into how to resolve conflicts, both interpersonal and political.