Having trouble keeping all the balls in the air? Want a little more time to smell the roses, or at least be with your kids? Then it’s time you read:
Although The Durable Human Manifesto does contain the word “revolution” (thanks to Foo Fighter Dave Grohl), it comes in peace as a declaration of human awesomeness and a sensory celebration of our supremely unique selves.
The Manifesto’s welcoming design and striking images make it very different from a typical book. By reading The Durable Human Manifesto, you’ll get a start on designing a durable lifestyle so you rely more on yourself again and make the best of what comes naturally.
Being more durable will help you:
• Kickstart your creativity by rediscovering your “childlike” curiosity.
• Learn why “doing nothing” rejuvenates your senses, boosts your well-being and gets you back in your natural groove.
• Dump the time-wasters and low-value habits that keep you from nurturing your authentic inner self.
• Strengthen your virtual backbone and see why reasonable risk-taking is good for you, your community and your world.
• Remember how to pay closer attention to the people you love, taking full advantage of the magic of the human touch.
• Revive dormant skills and learn new ones that will save you time and money.
• Help your kids become confident, contributing adults who are masters of their own minds, talents and abilities.
Inspiration for The Durable Human Manifesto is courtesy of:
- Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods
- E. O. Wilson, world-renowned biologist
- Soren Gordhamer, founder of the wisdom 2.0 movement
- Mark Pagel, Royal Society fellow and human evolution specialist
- Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs (you know who they are)