In his award-winning play Arcadia, Tom Stoppard's character Valentine declares:
"The future is disorder. A door like this has cracked open five or six times since we got up on our hind legs. It is the best possible time to be alive, when almost everything you thought you knew is wrong."
Today, that proverbial door is wide open. It is, without a doubt, the best possible time in human history to be alive, assuming you realize that your common sense has been rigged to keep you in a richly-gilded cage of convention.
We've never had more information to guide us—more data, more research, more science, more opinions—and yet, we increasingly feel more anxious, more confused, and more dissatisfied.
So what if everything we thought we knew is wrong? What if our basic reality—what we know to be true about how to think and live—isn't all it's cracked up to be?
These may seem like radical claims, but if you take them seriously they may revolutionize your view of yourself and of the word.
Dylan Thomas said that "a good poem helps to change the shape of the universe, helps to extend everyone's knowledge of himself and the world around him."
That's what inspires us.
Our work (and this site) is devoted to helping you reconsider your approach to everyday life, and challenge you to find meaning in complexity and reward in the unknown.
Our mission is to expose your limiting beliefs and help transform your personal and professional life.