90-Day CEO Plan: Insights from an Exponential Community Paid Members Public
OpenExO is a community with currently +17K exponential thought leaders. The place where innovation coaches, disruption specialists, startup founders, and tech industry gurus gather will help each other to transform the world for a better future.
How You Can Give Your Digital Transformation Story a Happy Ending Paid Members Public
Digital transformation is a necessary, yet challenging, process that is critical to companies remaining competitive in the current corporate landscape. Find out how your business can excel at it.
Mass Collaboration For Global Entrepreneurship Week Paid Members Public
Sign up to be a Community Organizer for Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW) November 14th-20th and celebrate the entrepreneurs in your city while tapping into a global movement. Everything is more prominent on the international stage, which means we need you too!
Join us on October 13/14 For Community All Hands Paid Members Public
This Q3 All Hands event is our most important one for the year. We highly recommend that you join the event, watch the updates live or watch the recordings, and connect with fellow community members locally and globally.
Is the Fear of Making Mistakes Getting in the Way of Your #Mindset Change? Paid Members Public
Is the fear of making mistakes getting in the way of your #mindset change? Getting rid of fears is a key part of transformation projects. Here is a simple model anyone can introduce in their teams to begin offloading fears of making mistakes.
Festival of Consciousness | The Abundance Dome Paid Members Public
Two days of talks, workshops, and activities centered around conscious business, conscious living, family, and more. Xavier Ginesta asked if it would be possible to put together an event that is completely collaborative and not-for-profit centered around consciousness?
Paradigm Shifts of Purpose Paid Members Public
Organizations that orient around Purpose have found a way to break free (at least psychologically) from the systemic short-termism around them. Instead, they define their purpose and measure impact on that purpose.