Tag

Purpose

Causing Collaboration at Scale with Suzanne Frindt

Burning Desire. Big Ideas. Bold Action Suzanna Frindt is no stranger to these concepts. Through her work as the former CEO of the Hunger Project and as a global leader in developing leadership with an expertise in community led development, she has been on the leading edge of cultivating a sense of self-resilience and dignity...
Continue Reading

Bold Solutions for a Net Positive Humanity with Tom Chi

Tom Chi has dedicated his life’s work to making humanity net positive…this is no small undertaking. His approach is calm, grounded and factual. He’s an engineer, a developer and an inventor, the chair of the Buckminster Fuller Institute, managing partner at At One Ventures and was one of the founding members of the Google X...
Continue Reading

Planetary Reorientation and Doing What you Love With Price Ea

“As a species we didn’t survive because of competition, it was collaboration, it was us coming together in harmony as one that allowed us to be this species that we are today.” If there is one person on this planet who lives and breaths the importance of love and unity as the driving force for...
Continue Reading

A Bold Future Begins With You

There is a spark in all of us, a desire to create a better world – a thriving future for ourselves and for generations to come. However, it can all seem so immense, what can we as individuals do? There’s a lot that goes into answering that question, more than can fit in one blog...
Continue Reading

A Thriving Future is an Infinite Game

In his 1986 book, “Finite and Infinite Games” James Carse speaks about the two kinds of games.  At the simplest level, a finite game is played for the purpose of winning and an infinite game is played for the purpose of continuing the game.   So what does all that have to do with a thriving...
Continue Reading

Solarpunks are Generative Futurists

There’a a lot of visions of the future expressed in books and films in which there is a dystopian future with a blighted environment, over crowded cities all ruled by mega-corporations.  Think Blade Runner, or Ready Player One.  The bracing fact about all this is that we can see elements of this dystopian imagining of...
Continue Reading