“You can't change anything by fighting or resisting it. You change something by making it obsolete through superior methods.” – R. Buckminster Fuller
When you treat the world as a problem to be solved, you create a life that is inherently problematic. You motivate yourself through fear and dissatisfaction, always unsatisfied and doing your best to ‘get through’ life with the vague dreadful realization that you will never be finished. Most of your efforts are wasted trying to control things that you don’t control.
When you see the world as something you are creating, moment to moment, you still have access to logic but you also become attuned to imagination, possibility, and the strokes of genius don’t just solve the situation but transcends it.
In this class we’ll be exploring this distinction between Fixing and Creating, and how to shift into a more receptive, playful, and possibility-oriented mindset that is not only more fulfilling but is also the key to high performance and innovation.