Corporate Power . by Alice B. Clagett

Written on 12 May 2018. Text in green font is not in the soundtrack.

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SOUNDTRACK BY ALICE B. CLAGETT

 

SUMMARY OF THE SOUNDTRACK

Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice. I Am of the Stars.

I wanted to talk a little about corporate power.

I have an insight about corporate power, that has to do with something that happened today. It has happened many, many times over the years, that I have gone to a person who is a representative of a corporation, with a complaint. And then the person says: That decision is made at a corporate level. I cannot do anything about it … Does that sound right?

My feeling, when people say that, about a complaint that I have, or a request that things be done differently, or a feeling that something is not right about the customer service that I am getting …

  • When I get: There’s nothing that I can do about it; my boss decides all that
  • Or even worse: It’s decided corporately, on a national level, and I have no chance to do anything about it. I don’t even know why you’re talking to me.

That is how we get the notion that corporations have all this power: It is because they are very large.

So what I think, in terms of co-creation of New Reality on New Earth, is that we, as members of work teams … no matter how large the teams are … could look at what it is that we can do. What power do we have in this situation, to co-create the new reality?

  • For instance, could we keep a list of upsets and complaints that people have, and let our boss know?
  • And could our boss then help co-create the New Reality by talking about customer feedback?

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
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corporate power, free will, co-creation of reality, power over, powerlessness, corporations,

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