Sure. A bunch of first principles:
Human: an ape-like mammal that develops a model of the universe inside its brain and upon physical maturity moves inside the model, avoiding the real universe at all costs.
Evil: any action taken based on an unquestioned belief.
Competition: a social system of elimination that yields fewer and fewer winners and more and more losers.
Earth: a planet with a biological ecosystem that allows and requires symbiotic relationships.
Civilization: a city-based form of survival that isolated humans from immediate natural risks and allowed competitive advantages to those who control its cultural information and habits.
Marketing: Psychological coercion of the animal nature of humans, usually for profit or religious power.
Education: Manipulation of the development of immature human models.
Consumerism: A system where humans are maintained in a neotonistic state of behaviors via saturation advertising, occupation and Spectacle propagandism. Aka, megamarketing or metamarketing.
First principle of change: Give yourself permission to be someone different than you were in the past.
Second principle of change: Entrenched models rarely change intentionally. Most require some type of physical or emotional trauma in order to break the habits of culture and parental manipulation.