Steve McIntosh’s new video, “How to Overcome Polarization in 5-Minutes,” explains how an understanding of the dynamic behavior of “value polarities” can help ameliorate hyper-partisan political polarization. As we weather this pandemic, social solidarity is crucial. And one way to shore up our solidarity is by taking a new perspective on polarization, which this video offers.
Our hope is that one potentially positive outcome of the pandemic is that it may result in a 9/11-style pause in America’s political animosity—a temporary reprieve that could provide an opening for a more integrated political perspective to gain traction.
This is the second video in Steve’s “5-minute” YouTube series. Here’s the link to the first 5-minute video in the series: “Developmental Politics Simplified in 5-Minutes.”
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THRILLED to host Steve McIntosh @developolitics co-author of the best-selling new book #consciousleadership along with John Mackey @WholeFoods and @carter_phipps. Join us for an engaging dialogue 10/20 @ 1:30PST #consciouscapitalism #worldviews #integral #verticaldevelopment
I’ll be back at building the post-progressive political movement on Monday. But today I’m savoring our last backpacking trip of the year to Capitol Reef National Park. We hiked through the remote Halls Creek Narrows. At night the dense star cloud of the Milky Way covered the sky.
Since my book, Developmental Politics, came out March 1st, I’ve been busy building the Institute for Cultural Evolution (more on that soon). But due to the pandemic, I’ve also had a chance to spend a lot of time in the wilderness. Below are a few pics from our trips this year.
I’m pleased to be joining these progressive luminaries in the upcoming panel on “Conscious Business.” This panel discussion is part of Humanity’s Team's Global Oneness Summit. 10AM Pacific Time, October 21st, 2020. https://www.humanitysteam.org/2020-panels/conscious-business
Please allow me one more plug for our new *Conscious Leadership* book. I couldn’t resist a quick pic of the book on display at my local Whole Foods Market in Boulder.