Hello hero, We begin by answering the most frequently asked question about this newsletter so far; “what does Two Worlds mean?” Last year I journeyed within myself, patiently and gently asking for the truth about my purpose in life. I practiced healthy, grounding habits with the idea that making space was all I could really…

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Greetings, These are unprecedented times. The human race has never been so connected, and simultaneously so far removed from our essence. We’ve never had so much abundance alongside such incredible concentrations and disparities of wealth. We hold the promise of science taking us to other planets, yet our behaviors and conflicts threaten the future of…

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Real change is soooo uncomfortable. Sometimes you don’t even want to talk when you are going through it. So what happens when you are committed to writing and recording and sharing every week of your life? You get this episode of Practicing Purpose in which I tell Isaac all about Caterpiller Soup LOL. Listen to…

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Technology has made us want everything immediately. Including success, competency, and even virtuosity. That’s an illusion, building things still requires building a solid foundation first. Issac and I discuss on Episode 9 of Practicing Purpose. Listen to “Practicing Purpose Ep 9 “You Can’t Be Great and Skip Steps”” on Spreaker. Follow Marcus on Twitter @marcuswhitney…

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When we are inspired to do something great and brave, what drives the fear that stops us? Often, it is a fear of what others will do to us. Speaking our truth, especially today, could be costly. But what’s worse… facing others or not being true to ourselves? In Episode 8 of Practicing Purpose, Issac…

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We often talk about companies getting disrupted, but what about the government being disrupted? In this keynote at the State of Tennessee’s HR Conference, I talk about how innovation will impact the government’s ability to hire the best talent.‬ Listen to “State of TN Human Resources Keynote” on Spreaker.

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Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant? Voice technologies are slowly figuring out how to make themselves indispensable in our lives. While they aren’t there yet, they likely WILL get there, and when they do the way we work and live will likely change dramatically. In this keynote at the Nashville Voice Conference hosted by Data Driven Design.…

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