THE YEAR OF RECOVERY

Last year on my blog finished with an article named THE LOST WAR. I do remember like it was yesterday. Maybe because it was yesterday.

The header image above represents the very last meetup and keynote that took place on December 18th, six days before my 49th birthday.

The organizer Armela Totaj is a business leader from Finland with rich experience in cooperation with 3R ZERO WASTE from India. I was invited as one of the contributors and I was asked to deliver INDUSTRY 5.0 insight to all participants.

The intention is not to run one and only meet up and present it the whole year long but to have one every single month as a ground stone for permanent education of all participants not only from Finland or India but from around the globe.

At this event, it was the first time where the name THE YEAR OF RECOVERY sounds and where the following image was offered to the audience

It is a visual guide for everyone helping the decision in which world he or she would like to live in 2021 and the years that come.

I do not have funds to spend on new professional videos every week like the WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM, I do not have money to spend on the movie reporting my journey and sometimes I even don't have money to spend on food for me, after I fed the family. I have only my laptop and software and mobile so do what I can, to deliver the right message and I am happy it works.

Today, on January 1st, 2021 the YEAR OF RECOVERY just begun. INDUSTRY 5.0 WILL UNIFY ALL who build the WASTELESS WORLD because recovery does not mean for us to repeat the mistakes of the past that make from BLUE MARBLE grey/brown ball of mud. NO. We are building a new world. The world without waste and wasting in all its forms.

In the last four months of 2020, I have delivered 12 KEYNOTE SPEECHES, touching 12 industries (10+1+1) I summarised them in a form of a New year greeting card which will receive in PDF every member of my network and client and which will give him or her the possibility to recall and reply every single one to remember.

It is important to remember and not to forget. We have to remember to avoid the mistakes we made in the past.

The last year deliver damage, stopped careers, development and many lives, we should not forget what a small invisible virus can do to all, we should not forget the society based on consumption and economic criteria only. All that will help us to create a new and stable environment that will not be built on a top of a pyramid, but on a cube that resists earthquakes and hurricanes, not only the ones delivered by nature, but people hunting for more.

I do not only believe, I know the recovery is the word of 2021 and it will sound together with INDUSTRY 5.0 and the names of all tools and people who would be delivering the results and building wasteless world together with me

Have the successful year 2021, the first of many years free of waste and wasting in all its forms, and stay safe

Michael Rada, HUMAN

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I am HUMAN. This is the only title you can find after 30 years in business on my business card. Since 2013 I build wasteless world. I am founder of INDUSTRY 5.0

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Michael Rada

Michael Rada

I am HUMAN. This is the only title you can find after 30 years in business on my business card. Since 2013 I build wasteless world. I am founder of INDUSTRY 5.0

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