Thursday, May 14, 2009

Grass-Root-Philosophy & Global-Business-Plan

Wanting to meet or becoming Philosopher-Businessperson? Here is your wonderful opportunity....

SOHO-TECHNOLOGY-3 consists of two principal parts:
Grass-Root-Philosophy (GRP) in which I will dwell into Soil, Sun and Soul (serious issues) vs. Sun, Sea, Sand and Sauna (fun issues).
Global-Business-Plan (GBP) in which I will promote a business model that advocates the Triple-Bottom-Line (Profit-Planet-People).

I think it will be interesting to see how each and everyone of us can be a philosopher and businessman at the same time.This will also be the site to meet similarly-inclined business-persons, both locally and globally.

The GRP is a very grass-root approach in philosophical search, commencing with a business start-up from Small-Office-Home-Office (SOHO-1), while having some spare time engaged in Astronomy studying the Solar Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO-2) which further extends our investigation into the Self-Organizing Holarchi Open (SOHO-3) system that helps to answer the questions, such as “Why there is life?”, “What is the purpose of life?” etc. etc. Sound very much like searching for Soil, Sun and Soul.

The GBP, on the other hand, involves having an “Office-In-Every-Home” for each and every one of us as a launch-pad for a business venture that will eventually turn us into full-fledged Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs (SEE) promoting "Home-In-Every-Office" concept in businesses, while receiving necessary back-up from centralized locations. Hopefully this will lead many of us to financial independence. Sound very much like having a lifestyle of Sun, Sea, Sand and Sauna.

For the impatient lots, you might want to have a preliminary glimpse of the GRP and the GBP by downloading the draft documents here (ppt)or here (pdf) and here (ppt) or here (pdf) respectively. These are draft documents only, more details will appear on this site. So, please stay tuned or subscribe to the RSS of this site.

Please join me in this exciting journey of Cultural Innovation and be counted amongst the very first batch of Culturvators.

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