It is the dawn of the EQnomy; a fast-growing society based on the recognition that all human
action is rooted in emotion. In that society we consciously deal with each
other's emotions. We perceive and understand them and integrate them into all
our thinking. Our actions are aimed at durable happiness for everybody.
We live and experience life consciously and
show who we are. We treat everybody the way we want to be treated; honestly,
respectful and loving. Together with likewise tuned people in private and in
work we turn the present society into a sound one that truly serves human beings
and their happiness.
- People want to experience that they live. Now.
- The truly important things are: being-human,
development, challenge and fun!
- People define their own passion,
energy, success and needs.
- Our EQnomy is a sizzling party of
- We seek no 'balance between work and
personal life'; we are our authentic selves in work and in private.
- Our talents, time, attention, ideas, knowledge
and networks are ours and our responsibility.
- An organization is not a Counsel,
Company, Care- or Educational
Institution. An organization always consists of
PEOPLE who are committed to each other and to other people.
- "What does your care, involvement,
service or product add to me, my development, challenge and fun!?"
- We do not want to be 'robbed'; we want to be
- Before we go along with an
organization, we first want to understand it and feel it; the mission, the culture;
- We are loyal to the passion and
which all once began. Not to the rules that 'crept in' along the way.
- To us it is not about WHAT we do. To us it is
about WHY we do what we do.
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This Manifesto is based on the
Dissertation and Thesis "EQnomy; The Emotionel Intelligent Society"
and other work in the field of Social and Behavioral Sciences by Paul L. Jansen
and Dissertation ©
Paul L. Jansen and registered at
U.S. Copyright Office and Library of Congress, Washington, DC, and UIC Trinity