THE  UTOPIA  PROJECT

CHANGE THE WORLD FOR THE BETTER, ONE BIT AT A TIME.

UTOPIA

utopia (/juːˈtoʊpiə/ yoo-TOH-pee-ə) is an imagined community or society that possesses highly desirable or nearly perfect qualities for its citizens.[1] The term was coined by Sir Thomas More for his 1516 book Utopia, describing a fictional island society in the south Atlantic Ocean off the coast of South America. The opposite of a utopia is a dystopia, which dominates the fictional literature.

A utopia focuses on equality in such categories as economicsgovernment and justice, with the method and structure of proposed implementation varying based on ideology.[2]

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OUR MISSION

By adding small, achievable, and coordinated changes that benefit all, global evolution is not just achievable, it is inevitable.

 

OUR SCOPE

We use a three-tier partnership model. 

  1. We partner with organizations that have recources and plans but need voluntary human power
  2. We provide resources and guidance for those partners whose goals align with ours
  3. We increase awareness of the possibilities and processes available for global citizens 
 

OUR MISSION

Our mission has evolved over time, boiling down to the critical essence:

Our Mission is to change our world for the better by enabling simple, proven-effective ways of efficiently working on worthwhile projects that add value to our lives and those we value.

 

OUR SCOPE

We use a three-tier partnership model. 

  1. We partner with others who have their own agenda, priorities, and goals
  2. We provide resources and guidance for those partners whose goals align with ours
  3. We increase awareness of the possibilities and processes available  for global citizens 

OUR METHODS

We use several overlapping yet simple 3-step methods, to ensure nothing is missed in our quest for enabling you to get what you most value.

 

UNDERSTANDING

  1. Know what will most improve your life
  2. Develop a strategy or way of actually getting that
  3. Create steps that can be completed, measured, and deliver your better life

PLANNING

  1. Have a clear picture of the outcome
  2. List all resources and tasks that are required to achieve it, in the most efficient sequence
  3. Schedule all resource availability and work to eliminate unnecessary waiting

INNOVATION

  1. Know what you want things to be like, when completed
  2. Ready or not, just DO it. You can make it better in the next iteration.
  3. Fix just what is 'broken' or not working and try again.  By the third iteration, it should be pretty good  

 

“When in doubt, simplify.”

-Terry Hoffman
 


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