Start coming up with solutions


My last few blogs have been about moving forward as oppose to complaining about right now, and in this context, I feel this is the time we need to start to come up with solutions to how we want society to be, rather than keep focusing on the problems we may feel we have now.

Solutions does not mean simply demands which are not thought through like “fully accessible transport” or “get rid of ATOS”, but actually well considered thoughtful ideas which are possible to implement, even it is requires creative thinking. They do not have to fit into what people consider realistic but they need to be positive, be clear outcomes and designed based on evidence.

There is little point to keep complain about how bad things are if you are unwilling to be a part of the solutions. 
If you like what I say, have a look at my website at www.simonstevens.com or follow me on twitter, @simonstevens74, or even leave me feedback on +44 121 364 1974
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2 thoughts on “Start coming up with solutions

  1. Make paid work more flexible so it can be done at home on a computer by people who can do it, but need the flexibility to do it when they're well enough to. That's what a lot of people with fluctuating conditions would like, since the vast majority want to work, contrary to what right wingers think. Or is that too radical? I don't think it's fair to expect all disabled and sick people to be self-employed, and I'm not sure it's realistic for our economy if that were the case, so we need more flexibility for employees.

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  2. Make paid work more flexible so it can be done at home on a computer by people who can do it, but need the flexibility to do it when they're well enough to. That's what a lot of people with fluctuating conditions would like, since the vast majority want to work, contrary to what right wingers think. Or is that too radical? I don't think it's fair to expect all disabled and sick people to be self-employed, and I'm not sure it's realistic for our economy if that were the case, so we need more flexibility for employees.

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