FiDE#3 - Intentional Decisions Model

In this episode of the FiDE broadcast we explore the Intentional Decisions Model.

Intentional Decisions is a compelling model for raising awareness of the possibility of choice (a variety of choices), serves as an ethical framework for our choices and empowers us with the ability to decide (the process of choosing, i.e. pick one).

In other works, what the model does is threefold; makes choices available, reinforces the choice and serves as an ethical framework. The nice thing is that it is based on the same three dimensions in all cases - empathy over sympathy, proactivity before reactivity and engagement instead of attendance.

We have been taught the story of becoming best in the world - a story where competition and materialism rules. The Intentional Decisions introduce a new theory of causality connected with a new theory of choice.

The model sets out with the breathtaking insight of us as creators of our future and focuses on how we as people of planet earth can find both why and ways to co-create a new story for humanity based on guiding principles and intentional decisions. A story where we all can be best for the world!


The FiDE broadcast - an exploration of life.

FiDE is the abbreviation for the Foundation for Intentional Decisions. At the same time it means trust in Latin. How would a life, a way of working and a society based on trust look like?

In this series of ten episodes Jens Rinnelt and Stellan Nordahl explore life - what it means, what it implies and how we can look at it, choosing life affirming directions.

If life is what we perceive as life, what then is perception? What informs our perception, or in other words how do we make sense of the world? And can we choose how we look at the world?

In this broadcast we embark on a philosophical and experience-based journey to explore life itself and the fundamental assumptions we hold about it. We look at how we form the worldviews, our perception, that we hold. We explore what happens if we choose to take on a different pair of glasses of how we look at the world.

Adopting a complex, holistic and life-affirming worldview provides us with a practical and applicable ethical model for everyday decision-making on societal, organizational, team and personal level.

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