Just Do It

Do you think Nike will sue us? Me either.

Our scene is a place for passionate people who were inspired or intrigued enough by the ideas in I am Keats to follow their guts, let go, learn and connect (and change their lives).

The ideas and practices continue where the book left off, and are all about creating and engaging our inner spirits with new possibilities in life.

 

Maybe self-improvement isn’t the answer, maybe self-destruction is the answer.
— Chuck Palahniuk

It Takes Dedication and a Leap of Faith

Our scene is simply designed to wake you up and incite you; to promote discernment, autonomy, and agency. And to help you move past the screaming voice of the world and become your own passionate, living experiment.

We're offering insights rather than answers to lead you into a world fueled by curiosity, creativity and compassion. Our scene also offers support for helping lead others and, beyond the amazing people and connections, it includes:

  • I am Keats master class—deep dive video sessions covering all of the concepts in the book, as well as the application of negative capability in a leadership role (personal and professional).
  • Exclusive podcasts, emails and articles—interviews, ideas and practices for bringing possibility to life in a chaotic age, as well as to learn multiple points of view and methods for problem solving and critical thinking.
  • Group video calls, conference calls and webcasts—exclusive live and recorded audio and video sessions geared towards shifting perceptions, beliefs and thought processes. Informative and inspiring glimpses behind the curtain of conformity and into the vastness of possibility.
  • Personal coaching—one-on-one coaching to take your life and infuse it with possibility and power.

That's a lot of possibility! But we've seen it happen, first hand. And our dream is to watch it happen with you.

If you're interested, please complete and submit the form and we'll let you know as soon as it's launched.

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Tom got a lot right in his popular Tedx talk. Unfortunately, he got one thing horribly wrong.

See if you can pick it out.

 
The key is to keep company only with people who uplift you, whose presence calls forth your best.
— Epictetus