We have been taught all our lives to think in a way that makes sense to our culture. We believe it will keep us safe. Instead, we’re more anxious and unfulfilled than ever. In the past two years, the number of people diagnosed with anxiety disorder in the US has quadrupled.
The term “Wayfinder” comes from a description of traditional Pacific Island navigators who could travel thousands of miles over open ocean to find new islands and connect with one another.
I use it to describe a certain type of person—someone who feels compelled to find their way through the chaotic and ever-changing landscape of today’s world.
If you’re reading this, you are likely a Wayfinder.
If you can harness your innate abilities as a Wayfinder, you can THRIVE in these difficult times. Want to learn how to think like a Wayfinder?