There is something about a passion that holds the key to the doorway of our entire being. It’s a connection point to 5 powerful things.
Have you ever wondered what happens to every plastic bottle, broken mug or plate after you throw them away? Did you stop to consider whether these objects could have another opportunity to be of use? Or do these considerations sound weird and alien to you?
Most of the time we can shake the temptations and get on with things but there is more to procrastination than a house of distractions.
I just did my first podcast interview for my new business. I can’t believe how well it went! And I have Groundswell to thank.
Elisa went through a life-changing ritual a few years too late, experiencing a coming-of-age ceremony as an adult. But this experience put her on a path to revive this ancient ceremony for modern day girls. Read on to see how personal transformation is a constant element in Elisa’s journey as a social entrepreneur.
I find much inspiration in the work of Buckminster Fuller and feel that his wisdom will resonate for many who are connected to Groundswell. Whether this is an initial introduction to ‘Bucky’ or a reminder to those who are familiar, his response to an inquisitive ten year old is a refreshing read. As we heed entrepreneurial advice to do the work, to show the love, to just keep going, to be the change, to let go of certainty, to defy fear- these insightful words can be a grounding place to return to on the journey.
Jack explore bias, brains, and the challenge of building a transformative project.
Meet Miri, who learnt about Groundswell’s Build program 4 days before it started! Luckily for this hypnotherapist, a seat was free. Read Miri’s first hand experience of taking that leap and finding herself equip with a clear vision for her practice, a plethora of business skills, and a team of mentors and peers supporting her and her purpose driven business just half way through the program.
The power of Meetup groups, fun, and finding motivation in what you love: Mark relights the fire to an old hobby and is happily surprised when he finds he is far from alone in it!
Colienne wonders why our economy doesn’t work like the rest of nature: in sustainable, regenerative loops, like the leaves that fall and fertilize the trees.