We are a learning community interested in the intersection of ethical business, self management, technology and global solutions.
Many of us are sensing the growing potential for a significantly different approach to the way humans work with each other. For some it’s the future of work, for others it is blockchain, or mindfulness, or social enterprise, or the rights of nature, or direct democracy, or solving the climate crisis, or indigenous world views - the list is endless.
But we suspect that there is an underlying coherence across all these areas, an emerging paradigm that doesn’t have a name as simple as “neo-liberal capitalism”. We have met many people in service of these ideas, many people who can taste a new world even if they lack the vocabulary or mental constructs to name it completely. We also have a hypothesis that the emergence into ‘what comes next’ will be brought about by and through community.
So, this is an invitation.
An invitation to anyone who has made manifesting a new world their life’s work. A brighter world that makes humans of the future look back on these times with the same nostalgia we view the middle ages.
We invite you to join this learning community, to actively learn with your peers in different areas, to learn alongside people at your level, and to teach others about what you are seeing.
There is no financial cost to being involved, but this is not free. You pay by publishing.
Once per month members of the learning community pay by publishing a thing. It could be a blog post, a podcast, a video, a talk. It could be a song, or a work of art. It’s up to you. You can also publish it anywhere you like, you just need to have a link you can share with the rest of the community.
So for those of you who are already publishing frequently then yes, this is free. Nicely spotted!
For everyone else, we invite you to take the attitude of a researcher, or an anthropologist. A new world is possible, and desperately needed. Your insights are valuable, and even though it is hard to find the time, sharing what you are learning, sharing your questions, sharing what you sense is possible could make all the difference for just one person who is struggling with something you solved yesterday.