|Case Studies Overview|
You have reached this page because you are curious about us, and the path that we have followed in our search for solutions to the ever increasing crisis facing the world today.
When we started, we didn't have a clear blueprint or roadmap ... rather like parenthood ... we learned day by day, week by week, year by year.
Before you read about our experiences, I want to share with you the methodology that we have used in recording this process.
We have deliberately refrained from using the traditional academic "case study" process, opting instead to use an actual narrative of what happened, how it happened, why it happened ... and the lessons that we took with us into the next phase.
This process is not seeking a "peer review", although we do welcome your comments.
Instead, we are just recording our own experiences and our interpretation of the facts as we understood them at the time, and we trust, that this process will assist you in your own search for answers to your own questions, purpose or reason for being.
Because our search was so "broad" you will find that the case studies cover many areas, many industries, many social-economic-political arenas, rather than being silo based on one single issue.
Some of the readers may disagree with this process, but honestly we not looking for agreement.
The reality is, that this was the path that we chose at the time, and for us, it is neither wrong nor right ... it is just a record of our own experiences. As you read about our experiences, you will see that some were pure fun and truly enjoyable, others were hilarious, some were bloody, some were terrible ... but they have all led to were we are today.
Enjoy the reading ...
Laurinda Seabra and Joe Stokes
|Last Updated on Sunday, 05 June 2011 23:14|