Real Time Democracy

Real Time Democracy

If you think of platforms like Google, Facebook, Slack, and Wikipedia and the ways in which they have made the world so much more productive, collaborative and knowledgeable, it seems a shame that we have not used any of the lessons inherent within them to improve our societies. Our democracies are archaic. Really archaic. I […]

Telepathy and World Peace

Telepathy and World Peace

I often tell people that it only takes 50 coffees to solve any problem. Meeting people over coffee, discussing ideas and creating solutions is what I love doing. I usually joke that I have not got around to creating world peace through coffee yet, but it is something I plan to do. Especially now that […]

The Self Love Algorythm (Beta)

The Self Love Algorythm (Beta)

Last week, I returned home after the most powerful week of my life. I visited the biofeedback meditation skunk works that is Biocybernaut for the third time, for 7 days of intensive biofeedback meditation. I woke up on Day 7 of that training and felt flat. The previous day, I’d had the biggest breakthrough of […]

Shades of Grey

Shades of Grey

I used to have a very black and white view of the world. I used to think things were right or wrong, and answers were either yes or no. Thankfully – and sometimes harshly – life has taught me that things are not always as simple as that. The more I learn, the less I […]

The Minister of the Future

The Minister of the Future

A little while ago, I saw an article about Sweden’s Minister of the Future. It triggered something in me, because it is precisely the approach I wish more governments would adopt. Now, more than ever, it is becoming really important that governments adopt long-term thinking. Looking at governments and major organisations around the world, the […]

Raising the State

Raising the State

Two weeks ago I wrote a blog post on forgiveness – which proved to receive quite a bit of feedback. Most of it has been overwhelmingly positive, but there have been a couple of questions worth further consideration. Some people asked: ‘What if I can’t forgive?’ Some of you find it an impossible task to […]

Forgiveness

Forgiveness

If there is one word that has made the biggest difference to my life in 2015, it is ‘forgiveness’. Earlier in the year, I started a deliberate process to discover all of the areas of my life and past that I have not truly and deeply come to terms with. Each day, I discover new […]

Imaginal Cells

Imaginal Cells

Have you heard of imaginal cells? Although they are associated with insect life-cycles – for me, they are a great metaphor for the way the world is undergoing transformation at the moment. Imaginal cells are the ones that create the incredible process of metamorphosis that occurs when a caterpillar changes into a butterfly. These cells […]

The Abyss

The Abyss

Last year, I ran a life-changing adventure. I took a group of people on a journey into the unknown. They were asked to turn up at an airport with their passports, ready to spend a number of days on an adventure they knew nothing about. This adventure was designed to challenge everyone who went, but […]

The Inflection Point

The Inflection Point

The term ‘inflection point’ is used in both business and mathematics to describe either: a moment of dramatic change, especially in the development of a company, industry, or market Or a point on a curve, at which the curvature changes from convex to concave, or vice versa. When I think about what I do in […]