C.C & Innerpreneurs

Read in English below

Tu te sens concerné par l’écologie et le développement durable, la place des femmes dans la société, les questions de l’être, de l’avoir et du paraître, le développement personnel et spirituel, les enjeux sociétaux et l’ouverture culturelle?

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Alors c’est que, sans le savoir, tu fais probablement parti de ce groupe émergeant qui est en train de changer le monde !

On les appelle les « Créateurs de Culture » (traduit aussi par Créatifs Culturels *).

Si tu es Créatif Culturel, peut-être es-tu aussi un innerpreneur?

L’innerpreneur est un Créatif Culturel qui lance des initiatives et contribue à des entreprises dont les objectifs sont conformes à ses valeurs profondes.

L’innerpreneur:

  • croit qu’il doit faire ce qu’il est et ce qu’il aime
  • possède une vision systémique du monde
  • se laisse guider par ses valeurs et soif de découverte
  • possède un besoin inné d’être créatif et honnête
  • suit son propre cheminement et veut faire les choses différemment
  • attiré par les secteurs économiques qui contribuent à améliorer l’état du monde
  • alterne les périodes de focus sur sa carrière avec des périodes de réflexion ou d’aventure

Ni traditionalistes ni modernistes, les Créatifs Culturels synthétisent le meilleur des deux mondes. Oeuvrant dans une voie nouvelle, ils ont un style de vie spécifique. Leur nombre est aujourd’hui estimé de 25% à 30% de la population occidentale et japonaise. Le sociologue Paul H. Ray et la psychologue Sherry Ruth Anderson ont été les premiers à s’intéresser à ces acteurs du nouveau paradigme transmoderne. Ils ont publié la synthèse de leurs travaux dans un livre intitulée: « L’émergence des Créatifs Culturels ». Il est disponible ici.

(* Fais le Quizz pour vérifier si tu partages les mêmes valeurs que les Créatifs Culturels)

 

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You feel involved in ecology and sustainable development, the gender issues, the matter of being, self-help and spiritual growth, societal issues and cultural openness ?

Maybe you don’t know it yet, but you’re probably part of this emerging group that is changing the world!

They are called the « Cultural Creatives« 

If you are  Cultural Creative, maybe you are also an innerpreneur?

The Innerpreneur is a Cultural Creative that launches initiatives and contributes to companies whose objectives are in line with its deep values.

The Innerpreneur:

  • believes that he must do what he is and what he likes
  • has a systemic vision of the world
  • is guided by its values and thirst for discovery
  • has an innate need to be creative and honest
  • follows its own path and wants to do things differently
  • is attracted by the sectors that contribute to improving the state of the world
  • alternates periods of focus on his career with periods of reflection or adventur

Neither traditionalists nor modernists, the Cultural Creatives synthesize the best of both worlds. Living in a new way, they have a specific lifestyle. Their number is now estimated between 25% and 30% of the western and Japanese population. Sociologist Paul H. Ray and psychologist Sherry Ruth Anderson were the first to take an interest in these actors of the new paradigm. They published a synthesis of their work in a book entitled  » The Cultural Creatives: How 50 Million People Are Changing the World« 

You are likely to be a Cultural Creative if you…

1. …love Nature and are deeply concerned about its destruction

2. …are strongly aware of the problems of the whole planet (global warming, destruction of rainforests, overpopulation, lack of ecological sustainability,exploitation of people in poorer countries) and want to see more action on them, such as limiting economic growth

3. …would pay more taxes or pay more for consumer goods if you could know the money would go to clean up the environment and to stop global warming

4. …place a great deal of importance on developing and maintaining your relationships

5. …place a lot of value on helping other people and bringing out their unique gifts

6. …do volunteering for one or more good causes

7. …care intensely about both psychological and spiritual development

8. …see spirituality or religion as important in your life, but are concerned about the role of the Religious Right in politics

9. …want more equality for women at work, and more women leaders in business and politics

10. …are concerned about violence and abuse of women and children around the world

11. …want our politics and government spending to put more emphasis on children’s education and well-being, on rebuilding our neighborhoods and communities, and on creating an ecologically sustainable future

12. …are unhappy with both the Left and the Right in politics, and want a to find a new way that is not in the mushy middle

13. …tend to be somewhat optimistic about our future, and distrust the cynical and pessimistic view that is given by the media

14. …want to be involved in creating a new and better way of life in your country

15. …are concerned about what the big corporations are doing in the name of making more profits: downsizing, creating environmental problems, and exploiting poorer countries

16. …have your finances and spending under control, and are not concerned about overspending

17. …dislike all the emphasis in modern culture on success and “making it,” on getting and spending, on wealth and luxury goods

18. …like people and places that are exotic and foreign, and like experiencing and learning about other ways of life

If you agreed with 10 or more, you’re probably a Cultural Creative.

See also : http://culturalcreatives.org/