A few days ago I had the great fortune to attend a talk by David Peat. David gave a fascinating description of the history of science to the present day. He then went on to comment on some the pitfalls associated with trying to change systems. Especially ones that other people have to live in that we don’t. The example used was well-intentioned people from ‘first world countries’ trying to solve problems faced by communities in the ‘third world’. David then mentioned ‘Enterprise Facilitation’ which I had never heard of. What I discovered on the net is fascinating and well worth a look for anyone concerned about what we trying to do in our own lives to solve the ‘world’s woes’.