1. Finding out what people need, want and do not want
2. Understanding the barriers to meeting needs
3. Overcoming the barriers and achieving success
It should be very simple.
@AdelaideAdagia MANY. Some big ideas this year.— Lana V (@LVS) February 11, 2017
@AdelaideAdagia thanks for connecting 💎have a brilliant weekend— Innovation Wisdom (@InnovateAdelSA) February 11, 2017
@AdelaideAdagia Here's team IncaWear, social enterprise to stop the poverty cycle in South America pic.twitter.com/wpykWONaFH— UrbanHR (@UrbanHR) February 12, 2017
Why are government departments not run as if they are social enterprises?
"Using the disabled as a human shield to defend cuts to other Australians in need is as dumb as it gets." https://t.co/DjkuP4Wit8— Jim Chalmers MP (@JEChalmers) February 15, 2017
Ok tweeps. We've all come this far together. Our next step, help people to submit to the #notmydebt #Centrelink Senate Inquiry by March 22— NotMyDebt (@not_my_debt) February 25, 2017
The misunderstanding at the core of economics #hsceco #markets #marketfailure https://t.co/rnJ7MqkIGP via @BV— Nathan Brown (@brownomics) March 10, 2017
If you missed part seven in this series, do please catch up as quickly as possible. Busyness is not an excuse and nor is business. There are many important things to learn and do in the days and weeks ahead.
Important Friday afternoon message: pic.twitter.com/xHHsl4mZWa— Academia Obscura (@AcademiaObscura) March 10, 2017
What is the purpose of your activity and how do you communicate that purpose?
I'm pretty certain that this wasn't the purpose of this impressive human rights lawyer's appearance at the UN. https://t.co/RIvE4zu79j— Nicola Sturgeon (@NicolaSturgeon) March 10, 2017
Harvard scientists think they might have pinpointed the source of human consciousness https://t.co/iMdJnCdZUk pic.twitter.com/Q4rnBhCb6n— World Economic Forum (@wef) March 11, 2017
Indeed, we refuse to co-operate with problem makers. That is, we find, the best way to assist problem solvers.
Dealing with difficult people: A guide https://t.co/3sxLdG4bvT #leadership pic.twitter.com/5GR7myv7DK— World Economic Forum (@wef) March 11, 2017
The Man Who Wants to Unmake the West — read this terrific @michaelcrowley piece on Steve Bannon https://t.co/m5ryLHC923— Blake Hounshell (@blakehounshell) March 10, 2017
In his 49 days as president, Donald Trump has gone only 1 day without uttering a false or misleading statement. https://t.co/Uktn3o9zpg pic.twitter.com/kC2GCzWSK3— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) March 10, 2017
Things you never thought you'd read:— Kenny Devine (@TheKennyDevine) March 11, 2017
Pauline Hanson says voters' lack of education has *hurt* One Nation's chances. pic.twitter.com/uRJynbUAHb
Wilders has struggled to attract competent people and dealt with a never-ending stream of scandals. https://t.co/eDBvO6z8fC— Foreign Affairs (@ForeignAffairs) March 11, 2017
#libspill Of course there are no Federal impilications... Another Turnbull cunning plan turns to dust #wavotes #auspol #insiders #onenation pic.twitter.com/2CvD5ev1kC— David Feeney (@Feeney4Batman) March 11, 2017
Do you have change for a billion? The mad world of Zimbabwe’s currency https://t.co/GgWnyCpj9d pic.twitter.com/p4xEiQWk7k— World Economic Forum (@wef) March 11, 2017
92% of us are breathing unsafe air. This map shows just how bad the problem is https://t.co/eja0d92THD pic.twitter.com/SvsKxxLWz1— World Economic Forum (@wef) March 11, 2017
Yet some problems are very difficult to solve. Most of those problems are a consequence of wars and other forms of aggression.
History of how welcoming the British press has been of child refugees is more complicated than would first appearhttps://t.co/FLBv9CVMQE— The Conversation (@ConversationUK) March 11, 2017
How, then, should such problems be addressed?
#WAvotes Any political reporter who uses the term 'How the west was won' deserves to be fatally mauled by quokkas.— Sally Sara (@sallyjsara) March 11, 2017
How well prepared are you?
How well have you been educated?
How do you use the knowledge you have gained?
In case the Abbottistas missed it : a Labor govt won In WA and Hanson didn't save the Libs. Hard right = poison.— Paul Bongiorno (@PaulBongiorno) March 11, 2017
Former WA treasurer Christian Porter is the man who destroyed the WA economy. Now in Canberra destroying our welfare system. #WAPol #auspol pic.twitter.com/MmqVwmENuu— THE Russell (@THE_Russell) March 11, 2017
Looks like One Nation's reign as the third force in Australian politics lasted 12 days - from the 28 Feb #newspoll until tonight's #wavotes— Nicholas Gray (@NicholasGray) March 11, 2017
Oz story: Cormann "pivotal" to One Nation pref deal at core of Lib #wavotes debacle & met with Hanson to "hatch the agreement" @InsidersABC pic.twitter.com/09BUFQGFuY— Jim Chalmers MP (@JEChalmers) March 11, 2017
Any enlightened observer of politics would make comparisons at the local level as well as more widely.
A @LiberalSAHQ candidate for Heysen has withdrawn after @InDaily revelations of @TurnbullMalcolm sledging https://t.co/UCdB4Hxt7u #saparli— Tom Richardson (@TomRichardson) March 3, 2017
What are Australian values?>Inhuman services https://t.co/oRPRGgZV1V— Adelaide Reporting (@AdelaideAdagia) March 12, 2017
@1petermartin @SatPaper Note that 18 Feb article had DHS saying: "It is not appropriate for us to discuss personal details publicly."— Pagliacci (@PagglesOz) March 11, 2017
Another 13pc hike in private health insurance from @ahmhealth - used to be a mutual, swallowed by @medibank #medigrab— Michael West (@MichaelWestBiz) March 12, 2017
And, of course, there is much to learn from history.
.@timqfadvice “All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” Edmund Burke. #speakup #socialmedia— Laurel Papworth (@SilkCharm) August 10, 2014
Want to have #yoursay on the #MentalHealth Act review? You've got 4 weeks to tell us what you think. Visit http://t.co/5w4ZyAc4kn for more.— SA Health (@SAHealth) August 11, 2014
Our stupid game of partisan politics leads to this world in which our leaders think their responsibility is to their team, not all citizens— Erin Riley (@erinrileyau) August 13, 2014
The new ABC website: We've combined the top #SA stories with a mix of key national & international news for a more relevant news experience— Jessica Harmsen (@JessicaHarmsen) August 13, 2014
Off into regional #southaustralia with @LeadersSA to learn all about #leadership. Let the learning begin!— Matthew Wright-Simon (@ecocreative) August 13, 2014
Sections 18C and 18D of the RDA - some basic information: http://t.co/rOEp9H4PjD— Tim Soutphommasane (@timsout) August 14, 2014
How Joe Hockey has been belted in the stats battle over petrol use. @MichelleGrattan @ConversationEDU http://t.co/6pFZrfDR4L #auspol— Keith Conlon (@KeithConlon) August 14, 2014
A grandparent's right to see their grandchildren ... http://t.co/pm3bybj9cl— Andersons Solicitors (@andersons_sols) August 20, 2014
Slow NBN rollout just not acceptable particularly in SA @TurnbullMalcolm via @FinancialReview> http://t.co/ZZ9Ka4zo9d pic.twitter.com/WHkDdbnOlw— Kerry Seebohm (@KezzerOz) August 25, 2014
‘Multi-parent families should be recognised’, says Family Law http://t.co/5jC2nrlLg6— Andersons Solicitors (@andersons_sols) August 28, 2014
Great to hear SA Ed Min @MinisterRankine rejects fed govt chaplain model unless schools are also able to engage secular social workers— SAASPC (@SAASPC) August 28, 2014
I've saved some time for @smh and sorted out tomorrow's front page for them. pic.twitter.com/SaF6kWRcn4— Reid Parker (@ReidParker_) September 3, 2014
Lauching "Your Rights at Retirement" in Italian on Friday at the Italians Down Under Conference! pic.twitter.com/V2K7xRgoUE— Susan Ryan (@SusanRyanADC) September 9, 2014
Learn more about the "Your Rights at Retirement" publication (in Italian and English) here: https://t.co/e0HwPMtvhB— Susan Ryan (@SusanRyanADC) September 9, 2014
Outside the ABC, 12.30 today! Rally to save jobs under ruthless Abbott Govt budget cuts. #ABC #news #journalists #meaa #radio #television— Samela Harris (@saline) September 17, 2014
Report into performance, importance & role of Australia Post in Australian communities was tabled this afternoon http://t.co/k6Q4Y3r0iF— Australian Senate (@AuSenate) September 24, 2014
The public wants a climate of fairness.
@AdelaideAdagia @TKoutsantonisMP Solar/wind makes more sense! No need to pollute ground water or waste farm land @ConservationSA— Dave Walsh (@Dave__Walsh) August 14, 2014
Australia gov't received 24,947 responses to Renewable Energy Target review. 56 were negative. 0.22% want RET gone http://t.co/Jd62vWoKSq— Nathaniel Bullard (@SolarConstant) August 19, 2014
Good news: No dumping on Great Barrier Reef. Bad news: burning all the #coal dug up will kill it anyway. pic.twitter.com/U8lqYAxf0C— Matthew Wright-Simon (@ecocreative) September 3, 2014
"Today is about showing that the power of the people is greater than the people in power" @kellydent #peoplesclimate— Oxfam Australia (@OxfamAustralia) September 21, 2014
.@Mark_Butler_MP & I will be answering questions on climate & RET policy on Facebook from 11:30https://t.co/1VirU3r1oz— Tim Watts MP (@TimWattsMP) February 16, 2015
@mcannonbrookes Just spoke with @JayWeatherill, Premier of South Australia. Very impressed. Govt is clearly committed to a smart, quick solution.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 11, 2017
Elon Musk says he can fix Australia in 100 days. He might be telling the truth. https://t.co/6MwpZSHLQS— Vox (@voxdotcom) March 11, 2017
How Elon Musk and other pioneers are shaking up the construction industry https://t.co/tiGasnaPx5 pic.twitter.com/D7WMR5ms58— World Economic Forum (@wef) March 11, 2017
Thanks @elonmusk for a great in depth discussion today about energy storage and it's role in delivering affordable & reliable electricity— Malcolm Turnbull (@TurnbullMalcolm) March 12, 2017
apostrophes, their primary duty is to prevent catastrophes.
So, what do you believe should be done about vested interests, political donations, ridiculously complicated voting systems and other confusions and contradictions?
What has history taught you about those matters?
Fancy a $2000 lunch? Political fundraising is a massive, opaque industry. @Sophie_D_Morris explains http://t.co/7pAZWz9UM5 #auspol #auslaw— Leroy (@Leroy_Lynch) August 29, 2014
Why I think banks + politicians are sowing seeds of the next sub-prime crisis http://t.co/MRkrnrdX6b @1petermartin @GrogsGamut @mikejanda— christopher joye (@cjoye) September 5, 2014
NATO is North ATLANTIC Treaty Organisation. Right?— Kerry Seebohm (@KezzerOz) September 10, 2014
SEATO was SouthEastAsiaTreatyOrganisation Right?So @TonyAbbottMHR what we doing upthere?
Take the money and run: both major parties benefit from the silence on political donations, writes @RobOakeshott1 http://t.co/bzQA0Dzvj7— The Saturday Paper (@SatPaper) September 12, 2014
#PHAA2014 WACommissioner O'Callaghan very clear he needs to stand up to the lobbying of Big Alcohol in favour of community safety & health— Fran Baum (@baumfran) September 16, 2014
@JayWeatherill please explain why it's appropriate to spend $9 million on parklands around Adelaide oval, but close beds in #WCH #iveseenit— tim (@t___c) September 16, 2014
Back our strengths: Ken Henry: AT the core of Ken Henry's plea for Australia to think differently about global... http://t.co/2PDLdYixxT— Stock Journal (@stockjournal) September 17, 2014
.@Nick_Xenophon...says extraordinary precedent for one parliament to inquire into another. "Parliaments are meant to be soveriegn" #auspol— RN Breakfast (@RNBreakfast) September 30, 2014
Government ranks last as an employer of choice for #LGBTI workers. @harleyd reports on the Pride in Diversity data: http://t.co/c56FBL1v3d— The Mandarin (@TheMandarinAU) September 30, 2014
Govt moves to abolish cheap loans to mining which virtually gave money to BHP, Rio etc. http://t.co/7mbfglvd1B— Australia Institute (@TheAusInstitute) October 9, 2014
A public hearing into the work undertaken by the Australian Federal Police's Oil for Food Taskforce starts at 11.15 http://t.co/faKzpLrGHE— Australian Senate (@AuSenate) October 15, 2014
Juror: “Trending #5 on Twitter: That’s the highlight of my evening!” http://t.co/7CAyfS0uZq #citizensjury— Sarah Thomas (@sarahethomas) October 23, 2014
A GP fee wipeout there on my TV shocking me right out of my brain.— Craig Emerson (@DrCraigEmerson) October 26, 2014
Figures from @MD_Basin_Auth show flows past the barrages in the Murray have been variable. pic.twitter.com/ptCA27hkdG— Warwick Long (@Warwick_Long) December 9, 2014