What In The World Do We Do Now?

Given all the complexity the world’s currently strugling with, just how mature do each of us have to be to be a force for good?

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Stephen Hawking called the 21st Century “the century of complexity.” Here’s the way he said it;

Over time, the 21st century will be the moment when people awaken to the




Exploring effective ways of becoming your own person in today’s highly complex, seriously challenging world. In particular, examining the specific developmental tasks that are associated with growing up and waking up.

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David Nicoll, Ph.D

David Nicoll, Ph.D

I’m a dad, a reader, writer, and thought partner for individuals looking to improve their lives. My passion is learning and meeting this century’s challenges.

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