"I don't believe people are looking for the meaning of life as much as they are looking for the experience of being alive. Participate joyfully in the sorrows of the world. We cannot cure the world of sorrows, but we can choose to live in joy."
— Joseph Campbell
My life ethos is to provide capital, resources, and connections to those I believe to be inevitable.
Inevitable founders are deeply connected to the mission of their companies. They go wanting to "make it big" or "make fuck you money" — that is just a connection to the indomitable energy the best founders have. There is no plan B for the inevitable. The interests are aligned. They burn the entire harbor and set sail into the unknown, trusting that one will find all the answers.
Unity combined with self-awareness is sine qua non to all inevitable founders. They understand the power of consciousness and are not afraid of their intuition. They build out of love and not fear. Inevitable founders understand that to change the world, they must change themselves first.
As brothers and sisters in the earth plane, we are part of the same energetic configuration. All perfect, created under the same Creator engine that fuels our spirit, our temporary bodies and the frequencies we emit as we interact with each other.
When we are born, we do not have any issues. Children, in general, exude love, courage, and vigor. Once we start getting domesticated by specific societal rules, things change. We stop being creative, we stop asking what our divine-gift to this world is, or even sleepwalking through life. Some are permanently drunk in life. We stop asking how we can make this world a better, more peaceful, and beautiful place. We start treating ourselves poorly by wanting to impress others versus just being our authentic selves. Then, slowly we lose sight of what is essential.
If you are trapped by dogma and not listening to the correct guidance, take the time to calm your mind and slow things down before you speed it up again. Finding balance with your inevitable energy is crucial in the art of decacorn-making.
Hold the elevator for someone, genuinely be happy for a friend you love, and even raise millions of dollars for your entrepreneurial quest. Express your joy.
As I am back in SF, I have been looking to catch up with friends over dinner. I can’t imagine how painful it must be to own a boutique hotel or a restaurant.