How do you help your world?
We need your love
We need everyone’s love. It’s all around.
We need tomorrow’s leaders today. And they can’t be held back by bullshit, least of all their own.
The world is waking up. It’s well along a global evolution of consciousness, but we have a long way to go. Do you want to be where we’re going or where we’ve already been?
I’m most interested in how we build more internal strength and introspection within each person. That’s the only way we’ll ever come together as a species.
Here’s the thing. We’re all just figuring it out one day at a time. As a species, we are masterful at building structures to hide our collective insecurities. But they remain within us, and between us if we share our deepest humanity.
The world needs you. Are you ready to find out where?
I can help you learn where you fit in the purpose puzzle so we can build the most prosperity for the most people together.
Open your eyes and heart
By the numbers, your perspective of the world is terribly limited. I mean, what percentage of the world’s population have you met in your life to shape your world view?
It’s okay, we’re all in the same boat. And we need all our perspectives to find our collective path forward. Each one is unique and therefore essential to truth.
Our egos help us navigate the world around us. In doing so, they remind us how tiny a part of the world we each are, from their perspectives.
But you are incredible, one of a kind. And the world needs you. All of you.
We find comfort in the consistency of patterns. Isolation encourages people to cling to the status quo.
Our egos do tend to judge the world through a binary lens, this is how we label and categorize everything. But our souls look at life as a loving spectrum. The world is not binary and we shouldn’t limit it by making it so in our eyes. Let’s cut ourselves some slack as we consider that we’re trying to organize more information on a daily basis than any humans before in history.
As humans, we generally like things to be predictable and comfortable. We so collectively share this trait that we’ve built an entire civilization to put us all in little boxes so we can predict where we’ll be tomorrow. And in doing so, we forgot to take care of ourselves today.
Our civilization was built from necessity by our egos. While that’s created an incredible infrastructure, it’s also left billions of people operating from a place of scarcity and fear. Our strongest fear is that we won’t be loved.
Now it’s time to build on purpose and embrace our collective opportunity to be whole.
Measure what matters
Life is for living. We’re exiting the happy era and heading into wholeness. But we’re very good at letting things get in the way.
We have developed a society where our self worth is inextricably attached to our work. This is dissolving in real time. The idea of “side hustle” is becoming the norm. Some call it the gig economy or Hollywood model.
How will you measure what’s most important to you?
Humans seem fundamentally at odds with existing. We have to train ourselves to be still. People one at a time in every corner of the world are turning corners, realizing that there is more to life than the race to be human.
Let’s give the human race a new finish line—the line of wholeness.
We’re so fragmented. We believe that we should still segregate human decency and love on one side of life while we handle all this business over there. How can we turn our workplaces into environments that help people grow and be healthy? By being whole. By realizing that work-life balance is a myth. It’s just life.
All the time we spend ruminating about mistakes from the past or mindlessly pining about the future is time we’re taking away from loving ourselves and others in this moment. And this moment is all we ever have.
There is so much more to life and so much more beauty to create together in this world. Are you ready for it?