U-Netted Nations™

It's about time… to take INDIVIDUAL responsibility for our MUTUAL benefit..

Just (Un-)DO IT!

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‘Just Do It!” – yeah right!

If only it were that simple. In our rush toward results we are often willing to sacrifice effort – ahead of insight. Trying another ‘HOW” without knowing ‘WHY’ may get us the same failure rate – and perhaps another notch in our ‘insanity belt’.

So, “Why can’t we get to ‘HOW’?”….(not by repeating our prior approach). We have to use the right questions and have to question our prior answers!

Asking the right questions – in the right sequence, will get us to the “WHY’ (it.. is what we don’t like or isn’t what we desire instead…) and uncover ‘WHAT’ to do (if anything) – and ‘HOW’ to do THAT something that can actually can bring sustainable benefits

Taking that approach, cooperatively, 24/7, could have earth-shattering benefits – for good – and for us all.

Adults tend to ask ‘HOW” – children tend to ask ‘WHY’, .
…from the mouth of babes…so they say(?).

ASK4™ is a four-question process improvement and change-management tool for solving problems and creating better results. It is engineered to bypass entrenched ‘bastions of reluctance’ that typically prevent progress – in personal, cultural, institutional, and international contexts.

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What’s about YOU? – care to comment?

– dare to COOPERATE?

NOTE: While this website is my personal initiative, the ASK4™ approach is a participant-managed collaboration platform and the U-Netted Nations™ is the result of our ‘Collaboration On Purpose’. My voice becomes one in a million – immediately.

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