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Thursday, May 20, 2021

i once though new york was the happiest city to travel to- today i am sick to the gut that so many property developer have built hate communities 

time ny closed down its racially negligent property developers - eg trump , brodsky -asian hate outside its doormen - whomever the hell housed epstein and maxwell

anyone got mapping contributions - my friends have helped under 25s map a lot of work in brooklyn of good and bad hoods...

chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

i think it was a terrible mistake not letting ny be co-host of amazon hq 2 - ai mapping of ny's racist communities is something that would cost bezos nothing as he has all the door dash data so to speak and all the ai of us communities

Monday, May 17, 2021

 question to a global thoughtleader considering coning to usa to launch a cinsultancy service

example - from chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc region to international friends of youthmarkets.com and 2020s as sdgs decade including my scotttish compatriots assembling cop26

 you do spend 6 months out of 12 in usa- what sort of year 1 conclusion will be success from your viewpoint?- here are some examples -each of which i imagine needs a different us schedule and first partners pattern  goal a) get at least 2 top level us clients of same stature as your relationship with big T; or goal b) establish a thinktank cluster of partners who serve a benchmark syndicate of say 15 clients specifying ceo leadership agendas related to purpose valuation; or goal c - explore some purpose issues which ultimately connect a us-india network of purpose leaders around a change compass such as go zero carbon  .there are many possible nuances but i would like to rehearse how goal might impact who/where you connect first; during my 25 years in usa i have tacitly discovered different regions academia have very different purpose blindspots as well as possible clues; however there are a few individuals - dixon is probably one who are free of such place-institured biases; regarding goal b- have you heard of canadian don tapscott- he tried 3 different approaches to forming a benchmarking syndicate - as futurist like naisbitt but most digially clued in 1990s; governace transparency in 2000s ; since early 2010s can blockchain change the world - while others would be more neutral in assessing his impact i would say he succeeded in making a great living and guru status but hasnt ulimately changed corpoate leaders onto a sustainability orbit- i conclude from that in usa the market of thinktanks/academia is viciously competitive and makes it hard to truly mediate long-term purpose ...