Here’s how to innovate a future worth living

Justification for existence in 10 years time
LENE GAMMELGAARD SUSTAINABLE LEADERSHIP SPEAKER
 

Here’s how to innovate a live-worthy future – INNOVATE A MOBILIZING MISSION DRIVEN BY THE BUSINESS POTENTIAL OF  THE GLOBAL GOALS 

It’s time that as many individuals as possible innovate our own takes on how to commit to improving the state of the world. 

The Global situation is what it is – AND WHAT WILL WE DO TO INNOVATE A BETTER FUTURE? 

UNs sustainability goals offers a unique once-in-a-lifetime UNIFYING GLOBAL opportunity to really act with the greater good of humankind as focus.

Enough doomsday – existential anxiety awakening talk – LET’s Innovate live-ables futures for more in all that we do.

DECENCY SELF-LEADERSHIP and HUMAN INNOVATION in the widest sense – might be a simple empowering path in a sustainable direction.

We have to discipline the primitve charachter traits in the human race – greed – violence as a tool to force our will – suppression of women and races…..how primitive is it, that so many people across the globe continues to hold themselves for better????????

The buildingblocks are simple…………… and the blockers for fundamental humane progress are human nature – not technology or artificial Intelligence.

The foundation for innovating progress or devastation is how each of us cnduct ourselves – interacting with the world we are all a part of.

THEREFORE I CLAIM – WE CAN INNOVATE A LIVE-WORTHY FUTURE – 1 BRAIN AT THE TIME

Lene Gammelgaard

Lene Gammelgaard short bio: International keynote speaker & bestselling author. Female. Knows how to inspire as well as mobilize people to innovate immediate action. Lene has combined her intellectual capacity with her hard won experiences from high altitude mountaineering into mental strategies backed by leading neuro science. Lene comes from a background in extreme sports and became the 1. Scandinavian woman to summit Mount Everest May 10 1996. Lene has a law degree, is a journalist as well as psychotherapist. Speaks English, German and Danish on conference level.

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