Noam just moved to New York, from London. Here we go.
here he is at tedxwarsaw 2010:
at tedxwarwick 2011:
if you do what you love, you’ll get great at it, and start sharing value to others
not for profit or non profit but for purpose
last century was focus on perfection the perfect solution to every problem is that there isn’t one but many, that need to evolve all the time
diversity is king
we need chaortic systems – that can evolve all the time
we need transparent communication – so every part knows what’s going on
we need system that allows individual and collective both to survive
edmond burke – all that is needed for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing
it's not how good you are but how good you want to be:
getting paid to help people do good stuff:...
you go seeducation…
Yeah :) I can tell you that when I dropped out of university and everything told me it was a dumb idea… I would have never guessed that this would be what I’d read about myself 6 years down the line :)
Noam on being yourself.
Noam’s book is just about out – participate in the conversation:
I was an awkward child, so I changed school 5 times. I spent most of my life trying to please others, and be the kind of person I believed everyone else wanted me to be. I wasn’t happy and I struggled to get what I want. Everything changed when I started changing.
I spent the last 12 years creating the life I dream of. I’ve had the privilege to be homeless twice, and to speak at Harvard about entrepreneurship. I have grown to be myself more fearlessly than ever before. I am now surrounded by people I love, and who love me.
As far as I can remember, I’ve had the feeling to have been born on a foreign planet. I spent my life conducting experiments on myself and studying how people function. This led to me study about all sorts of topics related directly or indirectly to how humans operate at different levels.
quiet enough ness