How do we get our hands dirty in building a strong ecosystem that will benefit the world?
In today’s podcast we explore:
- We dive into Thomas Schindlers’ biography and sketch some of the defining turning points from childhood, adolescence, and adulthood that connect to his initiative.
- What comes after the liminal/sense-making web?
- How do we get our hands dirty in building a good world?
- Different projects involving the flywheel and the levers for systemic change, how these projects started, and how are these invitations transforming communities and ways of life?
- Parts of the flywheel :
- What could be a wild card look like that drastically unlocks more torque on the engine going full circle?
- When do we dare to take a daringly positive outlook beyond the collective multi-crises we are currently facing, what would the levers be that made us create a future in peace, ecological health, and abundance with all sentient beings on this beautiful planet?
A childhood dominated by dinner table conversations around ion channels, power microscopy, nuclear war, and ecosystems collapse left its marks. Instead of becoming a rockstar, which had been the original plan, Thomas became an entrepreneur driven by applying science and technology’s power to make the planet a good place. This led to a series of for-profit and non-profit organizations, initiatives, and projects toward that objective which can be explored on his website.