If you are concerned about making the world a better place there is one message I would like you to learn from this website: when you’re trying to make the world a better place, put relationships first.
Quick answer to “How?”: Up your communication skills by learning from the work of, for example, Sharon Strand Ellison.
On April 14, 2020, Time Magazine published an article by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama. In it he says, “This pandemic serves as a warning that only by coming together with a coordinated, global response will we meet the unprecedented magnitude of the challenges we face.”
“Coming together” is another way of saying “building high-functioning relationships.” Systems thinking is a worldview and a toolbox that fosters compassion and this “coordinated, global response,” rather than finger-pointing and complicated strategic plans worked out by the brainy people at the top who are too often isolated from the reality on the ground.
To learn more, take the 30-minute Systems Thinking Mini-Course.