Collaborating with allies who have a shared vision is critical with any goal, especially if that goal is to create a thriving world for everyone. None of us, individually, have the skills, knowledge, or resources to manifest such a massive shift in our society. Together, creating a Thriving World is well within our reach.
THRIVE represents a decentralized, grassroots movement dedicated to countering the globalist agenda for centralized control over every sector of our society and restoring the wholeness of natural systems. Such an endeavor requires a comprehensive, big-picture view of the problems and solutions as well as leveraged actions taken in each of the 13 sectors of human activity. Working together as a ‘network of networks’ will allow us to effectively mobilize and self-organize as groups - while amplifying each individual's unique strengths, skills, and passions.
Based on principle alone, it makes intuitive sense to counter the coercive centralization of global power with a non-coercive, decentralized approach. However, decentralized organizations offer many practical benefits compared to centralized, bureaucratic organizations;
They allow anyone to join and take action without friction.
They harness ‘swarm intelligence,’ allowing members to respond far more quickly to new information or challenges.
They allow members to have a meaningful stake in the endeavor and make significant contributions.
They are, inherently, ‘grassroots’ initiatives, allowing rapid, organic growth
They don’t rely on individual leaders, making their movements much more difficult to censor, suppress, or otherwise threaten.
Our non-coercive, decentralized values are not only morally preferable; they have strategic advantages in obsoleting the authoritarian apparatus. While THRIVE intends to empower self-creating solutions groups by adding a bold and crucial perspective paired with tools for leveraged action, it is up to each individual to take action. We must be the change.
How can I, as just one person, actually make a difference in the vast problems we face?
How do I decide where to focus my efforts?
By what principles and processes can we organize effectively?
What if someone wants me to distribute something to my network that I don’t feel good about sharing?
How do I deal effectively with the common syndrome of “activist burnout?”