Martino Asks 'Are We About To See One Of The Greatest Evolutions
In Human History?'
Steven Paul Warren
on Facebook today, 8th November 2014, I once again clicked on
a link that drew my attention and then read this short acticle
about a young man who created an online community entitled 'Collective
Evolution'. His name is Jo Martino and, as I write and record
my next series of articles and book I was struck by the fact that
'there are no such things as accidents' in the sense that this
young man provided the key elements which I explore now and explored
through my nearly six decades of life.
follow your passion and this has to begin when we are young. For
me I did so in my career. I took time and was supported by my
grandmother of all people so that I could figure out what the
key motivators were for me. Joe reminded me how many young people
get into debt in order to pay for education which leads to being
stuck in a job that they don't enjoyfor the rest of their lives.
He points out how this, unfortunately, is a western mentality
where people operate under the idea that this is the only way
given people who follow such a path are praised and celebrated
him as for many people I have worked with in my long career once
the person believes and starts to do something they love and which
equally inspires their unique insights and skills then the world
around them begins to conspire to make it happen as a result of
a conscious desire to make it happen.
POINTS FROM HIM VIDEO AND INSERT THE VIDEO HERE
example as I write this article I have placed myself in a position
which many would see untenable in their lives. I closed a successful
medical company which I was chairman and director of, took what
money was left and then, in my mid fifties, embarked on devoting
myself to my writing and recording about the journey in life which
I shared with patients; colleagues and friends.
we are talking about here is creativity and here is a TED talk
given by Sir Ken Robinson entitled 'Do Schools Kill Creativity?