Let's play a Win-Win game!

Posted by Are Morch - | 11:09 AM

Group-dynamics win-win games emphasize the importance of cooperation, fun, sharing, caring and over-all group success in contrast to domination, egotistic behaviour and personal gain. All participants are treated as equally important and valuable. Win-win games often also carry an ethical message of caring for the environment and a group approach to life and society. Win-win games are a powerful tool to give people self-confidence and a 'we' experience, especially when we are going through rough times.

It’s time we get banks, mortgage lenders and decision makers to work with us. All of us have done our share of mistakes.

How can we work it out together that will create a win-win situation for all parts?

It’s time for unprecedented actions and decisions! 2009 need to be the year where we as consumers will make history together with businesses that want to be part of this Win-Win game.

Together we can make history and create hope for the future. There is no time to lose! We can’t keep on playing the Waiting Game. This game is just not working, and we see participants here going in all kind of different directions without having you and me in their best interest.

“An economist is an expert who will know tomorrow why the things he predicted yesterday didn’t happen today” – Laurence J. Peter

Now you and me need to set the rules for the Win-Win game. But remember it has to be a game where both parts win. Else we want get banks; mortgage lenders, businesses or decision makers to work with us. I strongly believe many are willing to try something new that can bring hope for the future. Businesses need faith in consumers again, but we also need faith in the businesses. Bail-outs might help some businesses for a short time, but without consumer confidence it want take a long time before we are back in the same pit hole again.

Unemployment numbers is soon at record high and there is not much good news to find on the various news channels. This we can change together. If we stand together we can get both businesses and ourselves back on track again. We need to find the proper solutions together.

Why not try something different?

The Win-Win game is started. It’s time for all of us to take this challenge. Are you up for it?

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