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Choosing Optimism

Marc-Antoni

Marc-Antoni is fascinated by the world. There is so much to learn and apply towards adopting sustainable practices. With a background in history and business management, Marc-Antoni loves leveraging the past to help solve for the future. Originally from Montreal, Canada he now lives in Tokyo, Japan. You're more than welcome to reach out!

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  1. December 31, 2018

    […] Chomsky continues to be a source of inspiration, it wasn’t until the 2016 US Presidential campaign that the message of a biased and […]

  2. July 15, 2020

    […] and plenty of disheartening evidence. As Figueres explains, her strategy was to consciously select optimism as a choice. The stakes could not have been higher! We’re literally talking about global […]

  3. August 8, 2020

    […] Hayhoe wraps up her talk with a message of optimism. She is keenly aware of the data, and has no false illusions about the impeding threat to our […]

  4. August 19, 2020

    […] And win she did! Ms. Ocasio-Cortez actually beat out her opponent by 15%!😮 That’s a pretty significant margin. Especially when considering she’s a political newbie who was running behind in the polls. She has since accredited the success to her genuine message and her dynamic grass-roots support. Ms. Ocasio-Cortez also proudly shares the fact that she did not receive any super PAC money (her opponent outspent her 10 to 1). Instead, she chose to reach out to as many people as she could through her message of political revolution. […]

  5. September 14, 2020

    […] 4 […]

  6. September 23, 2020

    […] Undoubtedly, we require facts and science to govern, but we are also in need compassion and kindness. We need to develop a shared understanding of our roles and responsibilities towards each other, and those that we this amazing planet with. Along with teaching science, and electing leaders that respect said science, we need to also encourage and develop in our youth a sense of hope and optimism. […]

  7. October 11, 2020

    […] advocating for optimism, Porter points out that most companies aren’t inherently good or bad. They’re just […]

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