„Individuals and their power to change something—anyone is able to make a difference”

Very often, one comes across the statement, „A single individual is in no position to do anything about the system anyway.“ Andreas Salcher considers this to be completely wrong. He demonstrates that change always originates in small groups where it may compress and result in positive momentum or Tipping Points, as Malcolm Gladwell calls it. With this lecture, Andreas Salcher touches people’s passions, confronts them with their own quality standards and keeps debating the meaning of life. This brings forth reflection and finally the certainty that all we have to do is to recognize, and utilize, our creative potential.