[OSList] What is y/our biggest vision for OST ?

Tony Budak tonybudak at tbmw.org
Thu Mar 1 11:38:40 PST 2018

The Great Transition-social justice and the core economy

Here is a theme for an Open Space in The Core Economy of family, 
community, and neighborhood. Or as techies say the Basic Input/Output 
System and also known as the System /BIOS, /the Core Economy.  These 
fundamentals do not need to be brought back, they are invisible, never 
left and a part of the current system. Recognizing and and dealing with 
the core basics of society's operating system just may improve our futures.


Thanks for creating our tomorrows,
Tony Budak

On 3/1/2018 6:33 AM, Marai Kiele via OSList wrote:
> Dear colleagues,
> Are you interested in fresh thinking regarding OST?
> Are you interested in making it better?
> I recently participated in the WOSonOS planning meeting and ever since I’ve been wondering:
> What could make me eager to go to Iceland?
> Right now, I am not eager. Yet.
> I have already been to three WOSonOS (2003 in Svenmark, 2005 in Canada, 2010 in Berlin) and several OSonOS.
> I don’t need another OST just to share some practices, experiences, stories.
> Just to see old friends (while I love meeting old friends!). Just to make new friends (while I love making new friends!).
> But none of this evokes the desire to go to Iceland for WOSonOS from me.
> How about you?
> So I’ve been contemplating:
> What would I need to happen there, so that I create the money and time to go?
> What would need to have evolved, so that afterwards I will celebrate having been there?
> Today I listened to a podcast by Seth Godin, who I appreciate for his honest and brilliant approach to marketing.
> Regarding the grandest possible vision for OST I invite you to listen to 1 minute:
> 	http://hear.sethpodcast.com/?_branch_match_id=353283807642880233
> 	Stopp what is playing automatically
> 	Scroll down to the episodes and start „The Grand Opening"
> 	Listen to 10:57 - 11:58
> Please take 1,5 minutes, listen first, than continue reading. Thank you.
> 	*
> So referring to what he shared and applying it to OST:
> Can OST actually be made better?
> I know there is a strong perspective of every change = making it worse.
> I once thought that way. Not anymore.
> What if there actually were many things to make it better?
> Be it in the format, the marketing, how it is integrated into business…
> So that we relax and trust that… slowly and naturally… some day soon… everyone is going to know about it?
> And what could this year's WOSonOS have to do with it?
> Just wondering…
> Any thoughts, feelings, further questions?
> PS - some of you may remember me:
> I am located in Germany, back on this list after many years of absence. I was pretty active in this community starting in 2003… Left several years ago.
> One: I wasn’t learning as intensely as before and had a sense that the space for fresh thinking was closing.
> Two: Other topics captured my passion, including the Genuine Contact approach - which integrates OST and made it better ;-) - so I believe...
> With curiosity to explore together,
> Marai
> https://about.me/maraikiele
> http://genuinecontact.net/members/marai-kiele/
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