With the flurry of elections behind us, we are examining the status quo to provide a guide to a future where New Mexico’s children, students, and families can thrive.
We are often asked, why ten services? Wouldn’t it be easier to just focus on one at a time? The truth is, what’s easy isn’t always better.
We explore how New Mexico’s 100% New Mexico initiative teams understand that building back better to ensure resilient families means a multi-year plan.
As a society we are emerging from one phase but have not arrived at the next one. We are in an emotional state that psychologists call liminality.
It’s not a superhuman power. We can turn what we visualize into reality. Let’s use that gift to create ten vital services for surviving and thriving.
We explore how, in the era of endless crises, super-sized brainstorming can lead to thriving families, schools and communities
To “build back better,” our top priority is to ensure that the ten vital services for surviving and thriving that support our families exist in this era of instability and disruptions.
The 100% New Mexico initiative can serve as the “build back better” strategy, the plan New Mexico needs to recover from the pandemic and disruption of education, healthcare, jobs and local economies.