What does restless mean to you?

There are many Mastermind groups out there. I want to create a group for restless minds. I do not aspire to the mind of a master: I want to continually renew the mind of the beginner, to be as curious as a two-year-old. I want to surround myself with people who are not satisfied unless they are growing, learning, moving in a new direction.

There has never been a time when I was surrounded by curious people that I was not fully engaged, alive, and full of both ideas and the resolve and energy to keep moving. For restless minds, good enough is a place to start, not a place to sleep. It's not that restless minds are not able to value what they have: it's that they know that change is inevitable and living their values means continuing to learn and explore and make changes.

I love restless minds and I love what happens when they gather and share and provoke and create.


Popular posts from this blog

The difference between being grounded and being stuck

VUCA: It's not as new (or as scary) as it sounds

Dealing with Anxious People: Put on Your Own Oxygen Mask First