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Project Vision 21

Transforming lives, renewing minds, cocreating the future

When the future is no longer a continuation of the past, you must think the future. And we have the tools to help you, yours, and your team to connect with the best future version of yourself and to bring that version into the present, thus changing your life and the lives of those around you. 


Welcome To Project Vision 21

  PULSE AQUI PARA VISITAR PROYECTO VISION 21, NUESTRO SITIO EN ESPAÑOL


Weekly Commentary (Nov 19, 2018): 

Bitter narcissism distorts the present and stops the future

The well-known myth of Narcissus –told, among others, by Ovid in his Metamorphosis– says that Narcissus, seeing his own image reflected on the still waters of a pond, decided to die thirsty to avoid distorting the image, his image, on the water. As it happens will all myths, Narcissus reveals psychological truths relevant even today.

Read here the complete commentary (500 words, 4 minutes)


Contact us to begin co-creating a new future

Let's agree that we live at a time when the future is no longer a continuation of the past and, therefore, everything we know and everything we have is obsolete or it will soon be obsolete. For that reason, the only "thing" we can take into the new future is ourselves. 

Our multidisciplinary approach (education, philosophy, humanities, spirituality), and our knowledge and experience in education and businesses, as well as our toolbox of techniques (Theory of U, photo-elicitation, guided self-discovery, and others) allows us to prepare minds and hearts, either individually or as a group, to become part of the new future, without forgetting about the past or neglecting the present. 

"You remember the past. You live the present. You think the future." Enrique Santin.

What do we bring to the conversation? 

- Decades of experience in humanities (philosophy, education, theology, comparative religions)

- College degrees in education, religious studies, and philosophy obtained at universities in Argentina, Canada, and the United States.

- Decades of experience as college professor in Argentina and the United States

- Solid experience in multicultural, multilingual, intergenerational community oriented projects. 

- Open mind, open heart, open will (hands). 


Please, read more about us in the "About" page and use the "Contact" page to contact us.

Please, visit our other sites:

READ our News and Services (news, commentaries, and other information)

TALK at our Center for Global Transformation (spiritual counseling and practical life coaching)

VISIT the Caribbean: Punta Cana for You (our apartment in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic)

LISTEN to Noticias y Comentarios (news segments and commentaries in Spanish)

READ Diario Futuro Emergente (daily news about the emerging future in Spanish)

READ Filosofia Al Dia (daily news about philosophy, in Spanish)

GET legal coverage and ID theft protection (LegalShield)


 

This week's commentary:

I recently met by chance with a local community leader recognized for his many years of working supposedly “for the benefit” of the local community. I said “supposedly” because, according to this person, we (our community) deserves to live in poverty and ignorance. Hence, the question of the title: What should we do when our own leaders are our worst enemies?

Read the full commentary here.