The most remarkable event I have ever participated in, by a significant margin. The Do Lectures. These events shake you by the shoulders and your response tells you whether you are balanced or whether you need to do some work on yourself. Passion is what really struck me at the Do Lectures. This was the most intense gathering of truly passionate people doing their purpose in the world â€“ all together in one place.
In an atmosphere like this it is obvious when somebody is not living their authentic expression. Many of these people quit their jobs in pursuit of a closer connection with themselves. Or sometimes they can make a smaller adjustment like starting a side project or supporting something local that is already happening.
You should really watch them all, but here are a handful I particularly enjoyed to get you started.
Alice HoldenÂ HOW TO GET YOUNG PEOPLE TO LOVE THE LAND
Mickey SmithÂ DO TRUST IN THE THINGS YOU LOVE
Steve EdgeÂ WHY YOU SHOULD HAVE A PARTY EVERYDAY
James LynchÂ WE ARE SHAPED BY THE THINGS WE CAN’T DO
Maggie DoyneÂ HOW THE HUMAN FAMILY CAN DO BETTER
Nick HandÂ WHY WE NEED TO CELEBRATE CRAFTSMAN
Frank ChimeroÂ DO THINGS THE LONG, HARD, STUPID WAY
David AllenÂ THE MIND IS FOR HAVING IDEAS NOT HOLDING THEM
In typical UK style founder David Hieatt postedÂ 10 reasons not to come to the Do Lectures. I resonate most with number 4: You will feel the urgency of time passing. You will begin to hear the clock tick louder in your head. You can request an application pack for September email@example.com.