Histofuturist* and purveyor of rare & valuable learning experiences. 
The kind that wrests your imagination out from under crushing assumptions or anxiety. The kind that builds out interlocking skills, creative application of evolving tools and knowledge, in the company of bright fellow explorers who help you feel like our species may not be (entirely) the worst.
This is no time for politely waiting to be "discovered".


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Clarifying, skill-strengthening & system-evolving experiences for this wildly uncertain moment as we ride the uneasy line between

What is No More 

What is Not Yet




We take RISKS to increase LUCK.

This is one of the most valuable tools in a decision-maker's toolkit when there is no certainty and a LOT of new/complex risk on the horizon. It's POTENT as heck. And freeee. Grab it, learn it, pass it on >>




Immersive learning adventures strong on emerging tech, biodiversity exploration, practical innovation & forging trusted global friendships. Virtual field trips and learn-togethers (until it's safe again) ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ

Especially if you're one of those grown-ups who used to read those high-stakes adventures with a motley band of friends puzzle-solving against terrifying odds ... and imagined you'd live that kind of storied life 
But had to "get real".

Well unfurl that bucket-list, get your skills on, because the Trouble has rolled into the room, and we need you.  
Our time has come!

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You never change things by fighting the existing reality.
To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete  - Buckminster Fuller

Hagan: Herman, listen. We need you for this. I know you think you're not fast enough, and I'm not strong enough, and I know we've had our differences, but I think it's time we—

Herman: Okay.

Hagan: "Okay?"

Herman: I'm in, man.

Hagan: Wow, you made that super-easy on me; I had like this whole speech worked up and everything.

Herman: Hmm, well, thankfully we don't have to listen to that.

Tis an ill wind that blows no minds. - Malaclypse the Younger

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No,this is not a clue. But yay, curiosity