Though it will be tempting to use pressure or force on certain people who seem stuck, that would not help your situation. Instead, do something that's relatively easy: let them know you want to understand where they're coming from. Then really strive to understand their viewpoint and the emotional reality behind it. Your persistent focus on what matters will be an orientation point for others, and it will have a clarifying influence. You merely need to apply the penetrating quality of your mind, and keep the conversation low key. Ask questions and really have a sense whether you understand or not. This will be especially important in work situations where groups are involved. Groups can be entirely lost and either nobody in the group wants to admit it, or they are all following one another around blindly. You're the one who has to see beyond this. That means recognizing patterns as they point to problems and then to solutions. This is closely related to creativity. Or rather, it's identical, only you would substitute "puzzle" for "problem." You are in a highly unusual position to see the potential in all the chaos that the world is drowning in. You might even be able to understand the spiritual crisis of the internet, because currently you have a sense of the scale of both the problem and the creative puzzle that it presents.