Author Archives: 4sight

Role of Religion

The role of religion has come up in 48 different cards so far (full list here). Some have played critical imagination card to argue that religious tenets are barriers to paths out of poverty, whereas others have played positive imagination … Continue reading

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#Youth Spirit Award

Let the awards continue!  The Youth Spirit Award goes to the card or chain reaction that offers the most innovative path towards personal success and fulfillment for young people. There were lots to choose from (see all cards with #youth here) and … Continue reading

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#Urban Champion Award!

If you’ve been following the blog, you’ve probably seen that missions have been issued throughout for focused gameplay in particular areas.  The game guides have been watching closely and are ready to begin offering the awards! First up is the … Continue reading

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Early morning themes

Greetings!  Many of you around the world are well into the day Wednesday, April 4, but it’s still early morning here, so here is an analysis of selected early morning themes from players within the past few hours: Education was … Continue reading

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New Rules

Okay players, how many of you have determined your Catalyst identity?  Are you: an evidence collector? a capacity builder? a rules architect? a storyteller? If I had to say, I think I’m most likely a Rules Architect.  Here’s one 3 … Continue reading

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2500+ Microforecasts So Far!

Challenge:  What if right now, today, we could imagine thousands of new paths out of poverty? So far, at about 3.5 hours into the game, 2,529 cards have been played–we are on our way to a robust response to the … Continue reading

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Leaderboard So Far

Great game play so far! Our leaderboard shows our top players so far are distributed across 7 different countries: Mexico, the US, Australia, India, Peru, England, South Africa. Shortly, we’ll be posting a map of players so far–coming soon! Play … Continue reading

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