About

Rob Hueniken is a writer, photographer and advocate for people. He writes the blogs NeoPeopleism and Making More of Today.

“NeoPeopleism is about all of us — rich, poor and in between — encouraging decisions that put people first, showing respect for people, and living the motto ‘People matter most‘ “.  ~ Rob Hueniken

 

NeoPeopleism is about people regaining the focus in our world.

Through intentions and decisions, both good and bad, we have created societies more focused on money and things than on people. The result has been poverty, division and the loss of jobs and human dignity.

NeoPeopleism has no smaller goal than for us to live and work together in better ways that respect and focus on the value of each person.
 
The compassion, creativity and capabilities are already in us to do this. We can each make a difference, by making a personal and professional commitment to putting people first.
 
Together we can make our lives, businesses and world better.
 

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The "self-made man" story is full of selective memory and self-aggrandizement. Most of the Forbes 400 have benefited from a level of privilege unknown to the vast majority of America. The super rich were born on third base and think they hit a triple. https://inequality.org/research/selfmade-myth-hallucinating-rich/

The "self-made man" story is full of selective memory and self-aggrandizement. Most of the Forbes 400 have benefited from a level of privilege unknown to the vast majority of America. The super rich were born on third base and think they hit a triple.  https://t.co/mwmyaDNV93
🇨🇦Victorian @murielcooperI

@RBReich

Cool. https://twitter.com/easygeography/status/1425865351548518403

Cool. https://t.co/njO1ysqHD6
Geography made easy @easygeography

Spectacular video of how tectonic plates have moved over the past billion years all squeezed into 40 seconds - perfect for the classroom #edutwitter #teachertwitter #geography #geographyteacher #geology

@RBReich The failure of the Democratic Party to deal with the Republican attack on Democracy during this time will be viewed as a cataclysmic error of historical proportion. People will ask how it occurred. Answer: they just couldn’t believe it was happening.

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