Never stop questioning.

Albert Einstein famously quipped, “The important thing is to never stop questioning.”
And human beings through the ages have done just that.
Turning common beliefs into utter nonsense.
We were sure that the sun, and every other celestial object, revolved around the Earth.
We believed that diseases, like cholera, were caused by a poisonous mist filled with particles from decomposed matter.
And trains were capped at thirty miles per hour, because at higher speeds the human body would explode.
Yet despite Einstein’s wise words, and the fact that we can now buy a ticket to space online, many of us still hold fast to stifling beliefs.
Especially about our abilities to change our lives, and the very world in which we live.
Since my book was released, I’ve shared my views with some very skilled interviewers.
If you’re interested, here are a few very recent ones.
If you get a chance, I’d love to hear your thoughts.

Changing consumer behavior with Mitch Joel (audio 50:13)
The story you tell yourself with Moe Abdou (audio 24:04)
Leading others to a new vision with Thomas White (audio 12:15)