Course Outline + Theory

All who wish to join are welcome on this voyage as we seek to make our own small contribution to a better world via the generation and deployment of more reality-cognizant formulae to unlock broader prosperity, deeper meaning, and a progressively more fulsome human existence for all. The 26 week course to build Revolutionary Character includes the following components:

  • 12 essays exploring the objective, science-based foundations for human thriving provided by psychology, neuroscience, philosophy, and other fields

  • 12 weeks of individual exercises (based on empirically-sound foundations) aimed at individual development of the skills to explore our own unique context, adapt theory to them - and act

  • Weekly meetings over the first 12 weeks with your group and 1:1 with peers followed by accountability meetings every 5 weeks to make change stick

The process is outlined in the table below:

The continuously-iterated theory underlying Revolutionary Character be found here.

The Revolutionary Course takes place online, to maximize ease of participation and diversity. A commitment fee for this course of $500 for those that participate online is requested. However, as the objective is to open to as diverse a group as possible, if this fee represents a barrier to participation individual cases can be discussed.

Attendance to all sessions is mandatory as a minimum critical mass is needed in each group to foster effective and diverse debate - for the good of the group and individuals.

Embarking on the journey of Revolutionary Character is ambitious and we all have our own port of departure and move at our own speed toward it enabled by our unique essence and accompanying strengths and weaknesses. Inherent in this journey is a continual stretch beyond our comfort zones, which may cause pain as we learn and develop to become the best versions of ourselves.

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“Say not ‘I have found the truth,’ but rather, “I have found a truth.’ Say not ‘I have found the path of the soul.” Say rather, ‘I have met the soul walking upon my path.’ For the soul walks upon all paths. The soul walks not upon a line, neither does it grow like a reed. The soul unfolds itself, like a lotus of countless petals.”

Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet