Discover the Purpose Manifesto with Michael Smits
Episode 144 – 5 April 2022
Michael Smits shares how a global community of inspired doers has created the Purpose Manifesto and how this can inspire everyday actions to make the world a better place.
We talk about the Purpose Manifesto. Why 50+ authors and 100+ collaborators from around the world felt the need to come together now from all corners of the world to write the guidelines to inspire everyday actions for a better future for all.
Born and raised in The Netherlands, Michael’s worked and lived in over a dozen countries across all continents and travelled to 60+. He has committed his life to work with people to improve the state of the world. From conflict resolution and social innovation in remote and conflict-affected regions to strategy, executive leadership and exponential scaling of startups, NGOs and corporates. He’s always purposefully embraced a role that bridges between the grassroots, policymakers and boardrooms. He is a founder, social entrepreneur and purpose activist. Co-creator of multiple innovation frameworks, and co-author of the Purpose Manifesto. A purpose-driven holistic innovation, well-being and leadership coach and startup mentor. A regenerative leader is driven by his purpose to empower leaders towards a future of human and planetary well-being. He’s founded Metamorphany Changemakers to empower new and existing changemakers and help purpose-driven entrepreneurs and leaders in Government, NGOs and Education scale their impact. Inspired by his wife and three children, he is committed to catalysing systemic change and facilitating the emergence of new economic, social and governance models that make our old and outdated ones obsolete.
Discover and sign the Purpose Manifesto here: https://www.purposemanifesto.org/
Learn more about the Purpose Alliance and the Global Challenges: https://www.purposealliance.org/
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