After reviewing the 5 secrets to crisis communication, I believe that the most important secret is how people react to crisis situationist. Not understanding how people react is like trying to solve for X without any other numbers or variables. It's just impossible.
People reaction will make and break any type of solution to any crisis. If people react out of control, the systems in place will fall apart. The best way to counter this, is to keep the system as simple as… Continue
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 29, 2010 at 1:07am —
My vision for women's rights in 2020 is that the Global Summit of Women 2020 is a celebration of the progress made in the past decade.
I believe that efforts here at EVOKE will… Continue
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 28, 2010 at 9:23pm —
Today I launched the first Facebook Cause that is dedicated solely to women's entrepreneurial rights. You can find the cause by searching "Support Women's Entrepreneurial Rights." As a fellow EVOKEers, I urge you to do 2 things.
1) Join the cause! Become one of the founders today!
2) Invite your friends to the cause! When you go to invite your friends, there is a button that says "Take the Pledge." By taking the pledge, you are pledging that you… Continue
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 28, 2010 at 7:25pm —
Story from WomanWatch Feed:… Continue
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 28, 2010 at 8:10am —
In 2086 the way we interact with the world has become completely intertwined into technology. There very little on the planet that won't interact with your PSC (portable super computer).
When the technology was first introduced to the world in 2009, it was mind boggling. It's now mind boggling how we never had it before.
Human society has turned into a bucket, filled only by the information provided through our PSCs. Lost in history are what I… Continue
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 24, 2010 at 12:21am —
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 23, 2010 at 11:36pm —
World Water Day 2020 Secret Event-
The plan is simple, but will take countless individuals to pull off.
On World Water Day 2020, groups of supports will come together in an organized manner to attempt a flash mob event.
Flash mobs are those crazy groups of people we see on the news or youtube.com that break out into dance in downtown New York or all freeze at once, as if time stood still.
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 23, 2010 at 9:33pm —
The YouTube video above shows a solution to technology that has been known to man for quite awhile. Most people who go camping, know the survival skill of boiling water and catching the vapor on plastic and allowing it to drip down into a cup for drinking.
The only problem has been issues with the amount of power needed to make this work on a… Continue
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 22, 2010 at 8:41pm —
By bar my favorite holiday, the 4th of July! Load the car. The sun is out. Hit the road headed to the beach in my new fully electric car which I unplugged from my own power source created by activity that take place right in my home, along with solar & wind energy caught on my roof.
On the way to the beach the light poles all have wind turbines which capture the wind generated by the car that drive by. That energy is stored and will be used to light my way home in the… Continue
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 21, 2010 at 9:28pm —
How many people do you know who use a computer? The amount of computer users is growing everyday. There has got to be a way to harness the power of the computer user.
We've all heard the old computer with the pedals under the desk. Let's be real. Who is going to use that? When I sit down to use the computer, half of the experience is getting to relax a little bit while I let technology do what is does best.
But what is the one physical activity… Continue
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 21, 2010 at 9:11pm —
I really like the idea I found here.
It actually looks cool, and makes a world of sense to me.
All day to gather up a charge, and still would gain power late at night from passing cars.
A back up for emergencies is a must of course. At least use this tech as a Hybrid option. I'm such a huge fan!
I was unable to find a cost on this tech, the problem I see here is that street lights are… Continue
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 20, 2010 at 11:45pm —
In 2020 I'll be what I consider old! YIKES!
My daughter, still super young of course.
My wife, she will alway be a hot 21 year old in my book.
I'm sure my wife will be the one cooking dinner. I'm not much of a cook. Although, I hope to learn something in the next 10 years about cooking.
Already having plenty of organic foods available in the Portland Oregon area, I'd imagine that a good… Continue
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 20, 2010 at 11:13pm —
FarmVille, which if you haven't heard of because you were stuck in a cave for the last 2 years, is a Facebook application game!
Over 20% of all Facebook users have played this game, and that equals to be 1% of the wh*** world! I say that this is a great opportunity to cause a stir in the FarmVille world and get some viral attention to future food crisis.
My idea is to suddenly cause a drought in the game.… Continue
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 20, 2010 at 10:30pm —
Living in the great Northwest it seems like food is everywhere. What really stands in the way is adequate amount of funding to deliver programs that can meet the challenges. Instability and short-term funding shows that the government undermines programs in this region.
Oregon State University has tried and continues to battle this with sustainable community food systems. The system concepts are:
-how food is grown
-how food is… Continue
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 20, 2010 at 10:21pm —
Imagine your best-case scenario future. Where will you be living in 2020? What will you do with your days? How are you changing the world on a daily basis?
- Imagine yourself exactly ten years from today
- Tell a story about where you are, and what you're doing, when Alchemy calls YOU to help with the Tokyo food crisis.
My life in 10 yrs:
10 years from now I own multiple comanies and will be finding continued success in real estate. I will… Continue
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 7, 2010 at 10:35pm —
I chose Jane McGonigal as my hero.
I found a fan page on Facebook, but it doesn't appear very active. I did add her as a friend and will await a response.
I was unable to find a twitter account or active blog.
Anyone who reads this, if you know of any ways to follow Jane better, I would be thankful if you pointed me in the right direction.
I will attempt to contact her if I can find a way to reach her directly. She is my newest hero… Continue
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 7, 2010 at 7:34pm —
Embrace market mechanisms (Giving stuff away rarely works as well as selling it.)
This was my favorite seceret. Having a background in sales and marketing this is very true from experience. I will share what I have learned with you.
All sales processes can be simplified into a few simple steps.Within these steps, you can find the solution to giving stuff away and how to sell better.
- 1. Meet & Geet the consumer
- 2. Land the…
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 7, 2010 at 6:00pm —
While in college I co-found an online bartering site.
It was simple. List services and good you would like to trade/sell.
You could make a Wishlist of what you want as well.
If you had something you wanted to get rid of, you could search the master Wishlist to find someone that wants your item. Once you find a person that wants your item, you could search what they have to offer and then make an offer.
Offers would go back and forth… Continue
Added by Jordache Perozzo on April 7, 2010 at 4:30am —