QCTV: How to Consciously Cultivate Next Generation Leaders through Biocognition with
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Growing up I felt this angst. I grew up in a very small town in Minnesota that had a graduating senior class of only 30 classmates. My father was a farmer, my mother an educator, and my brother and I were outside a lot, helping on the farm that raised pigs and grew products for companies like the Jolly Green Giant. Growing up, I got implicit messages from those close to me that me being myself was … well, different. That’s the “Minnesota Nice” way of rejecting someone or their ideas. These messages that were both spoken and unspoken, but always felt throughout my entire body. Many people are doing what I did. Staying within the norm of their cultural community for perceived safety and social acceptance. Or flying under the radar, merely existing, just surviving, and not really living. Too many of us keep living life based on status quo rather than purpose, meaning, and passion to make a difference in the world. Now is the time to focus on a solution to shift cultural norms to lead happier and healthier lives because if we don’t, it will eventually cause even deeper disconnection and dis-ease.
It’s already well known that eating healthy and taking care of your mind will lead to a more thriving life but have we really looked at someone’s own personal ecology? Biocognition helps us to recontextualize and reconstruct our personal ecology, which includes community and familial cultural norms. I want to share the idea of rewriting the script of paradigm shifts and ways to create a curriculum for both children and adults that is an individualized, experiential learning process. Every person should be empowered to fully develop in a way that challenges them, fits their needs and therefore creates a culture of healthy development through the lifespan.
When we become aware of patterns and cycles in our lives, we have the option to simply continue living based on circumstance or we can stop the cycles and make change happen in inclusive and holistic ways. I have experienced the power of change in my personal life and refuse to go back to living the other way. Likewise, I see the way systems (healthcare, education, etc.) perpetuate their existence in cycles that quite often no longer serve their constituents effectively or in an honorable way. Change is enacted, not discussed. I invite you to join me … to begin making transformational processes that result in the ability to THRIVE IN CULTURES OF HONOR, LOYALTY, and COMMITMENT.
IN THIS EPISODE OF QUANTUM CONVERSATIONS, YOU WILL:
- Connect with, articulate, and pursue your personal meaning.
- Go deeper inside of yourself to understand who and what created internal programming that hinders you from living a life of joy.
- Decide if it’s worth the risk to pursue your lifelong spiritual journey to better lead yourself in selfhood and inspire change in the world in leaderhood.