My practice, this intentional community, the foundations of it all are based on a singular premise:
I believe we are at a time in history where achieving peak quality of life and personal performance outcomes is possible for, literally, everyone.
We have immense support structures, an infinite realm of possibilities for fulfilling career and purpose, connection to literally every other person on the planet, ease of travel and access, and every other factor necessary.
However, we are all faced with a daily dilemma in this pursuit:
- One the one hand mindfulness / meditation asks us to leave the ego, disconnect from thoughts and distraction and concentration on the purity of “now.”
- On the other hand, to “achieve” anything, we are asked to focus on a vision (indeed be obsessed with it), and accept pain and suffering to move forward.
The dichotomy above isn’t unique. We also find these same issues in essentially every other area of life as well.
My point is this:
In the age of absolutely information accessibility and overwhelm, as you scroll through your social and news feeds (whichever you prefer) or simply Google a question… you can find whatever answer you’re looking for.
That, in my mind, is a recipe for making sure every single one of us goes crazy.
To top it off, all of this happens with the reality that nothing is truly static. We live in a constantly changing world and reality that seems to change by the second.
So, each of us need a way to make sure we’re able to move towards a place of deeper satisfaction, fulfillment and happiness.
The only questions we need to answer are:
- What do each of us (really, actually) “want” as individuals?
- What is stopping us from taking that next step to realizing it?
If you’ve already read enough and would like to join the conversation:
The community is free to join. There are no catches and no sales pitches (but there are a few rules I ask you to follow).
It is a place where I check in daily (No, seriously, I really do), conversations flow and “a-ha” moments happen. I’d love to see you there.