Hello traveler of the internet!

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Telepathy: Making a Dent in the Universe
Hello traveler of the internet!

I'm so glad you stumbled upon this letter, and while I would massage your feet and feed you dinner before you press on with your journey, I can only massage your mind and feed your soul through the magic of language. So here goes nothing.

Think of this newsletter as part of an experiment to spark bravery, creativity and curiosity into culture by inspiring others to start new ventures, projects, and ideas that "make a dent in the universe" as Steve Jobs would say.

This is for the creators, the doers, the builders, who happen to be unrelenting dreamers, the ones who despite all odds, continue to work towards building a bright future for humanity. With patience, practical thinking, and a little luck, you will be the ones who change the world.

I'll be sharing ideas, tips, and tools with you (mostly) on a weekly basis, but more importantly, as I feel true inspiration to share valuable things that make the experience of daily life richer and deeper.

As to why you are here and how I can help you, I can only guess you would like to learn something different and new, be entertained, and maybe feel a sense of close community (with strangers from the internet). Great. If that's the case, stick around and we'll have some fun.

If you want to know more about how Telepathy helps creative entrepreneurs, visit our website. The Telepathy Accelerator launches on October 1st.

The world needs more of you. Who you are and the stories you have. Share that.

Where there is a problem, there is a solution. If you don't solve it, someone else will. Whether that means starting a business, changing a paradigm, or doing the dishes.

As much as we want to solve problems, we all need reminders, a shift in perspective, and sometimes a hefty dose of reality, so that's where we'll put our focus for today.

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