We spent too long going through routines, not looking for real solutions. We let our passions pass us by, hoping that something would crash into our lives and change our fate;never looking inside to scratch that subtle itch, that things just aren’t as good as they might be; never acknowledging the question, “Is this it?”
It’s easy to become prisoners of our beliefs, shackled by thoughts of scarcity and a belief in industrial-age economics. We were told there wasn’t enough to go around, and that
the pie only had so many slices. That was the old industrial age. We got trapped by insecurity and fear, secretly thinking that to prosper meant stepping over each other on the way up.
We believe that those who will thrive in the 21st century will be those individuals who harness that wealth of creativity, launch that idea, and free themselves from the mundane world of replication and conformity.