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A Transgenerational Project for College Students

A Transgenerational Project for College Students

A Transgenerational Project for College Students

Peers in the World Program

To Manage the Root Causes of the Real World

To Manage the Root Causes of the Real World

To Manage the Root Causes of the Real World

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“Peers in the Word”: A Transgenerational Program for Students

Fostering a functionalist approach for college students

Peers in the World fosters managing the root causes of problems to empower the future generations of leaders. It allows facing problems by transforming them into opportunities, but requires leaving facileness aside.

Managing root causes is a simple way of living after one decides to be an influential member in one’s field of action.

We invite you to explore the benefits of the use of functionalist principles to manage root causes.

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Promoting Personal Development

By managing the concepts of things

Facileness is one of the consequences of not having the concepts of what one is doing. The knowledge of concepts provides the root causes of problems and drives towards simplicity. The lack of knowledge fosters facileness. Concepts allow understanding the root causes of things while facileness drives towards managing shortcuts.

The goal of the Peers in the World Program is that the participants apprehend the guiding idea of managing the root causes of problems to better adapt to the environment.

Manage the functionality of things, which is a must in the 4th Ind. Rev.

Access the functionalist approach that based on the use of functionalist principles that define the how and why of the functionality of things to develop the binary actions that are necessary to make things work.

Characteristics of the Program

Your program is "up to you"
  1. A fully sponsored program
  2. Access to documents on Facebook
  3. A discussion forum on the Unicist Collaboration Center
  4. A relationship building program
  5. The coordinator of this non-profit program is Peter Belohlavek
  6. The program ends when the participants have the guiding idea
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We Invite to adopt a Functionalist Approach

To deal with adaptive environments

This program fosters that the future leaders of the community take “their” place in “their” world by managing a functionalist approach.

Using functionalist principles to manage the root causes of problems

Minimizing facileness is a basic condition for personal development and requires influencing the environment using a functionalist approach.  It requires that functionality drives operationality and not vice-versa.

It is the initial stage of the Transgenerational Evolution Program to foster the empowerment of the future generations of leaders.

The development of a “Peers in the World” attitude requires promoting a strategic approach to reality among young leaders of the environment in a way that they can perceive short-term results while a long-term approach is introduced.

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We hope that you can profit from this opportunity

It is Up to You

Minimizing facileness is a basic condition for development. Social and economic development requires that the leaders of the environment be “Peers in the World”. They do not need to be dominant, submissive, or oppositional to evolve.

Leadership requires having an adaptive attitude, which means that the leaders feel they can influence the environment while they are influenced by it.

The “Peers in the World” program is fully sponsored by The Unicist School and The Unicist Research Institute.

The Functionalist Principle
The Functionalist Principle