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WHERE OUR THOUGHTS GO OUR LIFE FOLLOWS - THINKING ABOUT THE FUTURE WE WANT

Let’s start with the year 2020.  Are you optimistic about the future? Do you believe chaos must precede calm? Will national borders disappear some day? Are you rethinking personal goals?  What is your dream job?

2020Thinking invites you to participate in real- time monthly Questionnaires where you can see how others are thinking about a range of global topics and submit your own question for us to put into the next month’s survey; post a thought or idea on our world Message Map; or write a message to yourself  in our secure Time Capsule. 2020Thinking is the community dedicated to purposeful and positive conversations about improving our global future.

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Questionnaire

Answer some questions about the future.

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Message Map

Leave a positive message for others to see.

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Time Capsule

Leave a message for your future-self.

What would I say?

From the Blog

Looking Back to Go Forward

I struggle to stay in the present moment. I always have. But especially now,  when data and news and media feel tweaked to yank me into untold futures where fear is the baseline emotion, I find myself daily out of the present moment, most of the time. Not good. Heart beat accelerates, breathing becomes shallow, Read More >

We Are Called

” We travel, some of us forever, to seek other states, other lives, other souls.” Anaïs Nin   What calls to you? Where are the places, the people, the projects you want to engage with, impact, alter or learn from? It can feel difficult to move our feet out of a present place we do Read More >

The Space Between

We are living in the perfect time to practice the essential art of pausing before reacting, before committing ourselves to words or actions which may boomerang and knock us smack on the back of the head. The grounds are shifting and we are scrambling for a foothold, a point on a compass to help orient Read More >

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