THE Free Range MANIFESTO
(AKA a peek at the Free Range values that have led our work with 1000s of real people)
Your difference is your edge.
Here, (especially in my book!) you learn how the very things about yourself that are ‘different’ or you feel you should hide in the workplace are often the secret to your success and happiness in the free range world.
(As you’ll see in there, weaknesses are often just strengths in the wrong environment)
You don’t need to find your “ONE big passion” to create something you love & that brings you alive
If you have been trying to find your right direction & are hitting a wall with this, pick up the fresh edition of Be A Free Range Human to learn another way.
We don’t do one-size-fits-all formulas.
If you’re looking for a cheesy 10-step strategy that says “be a copy-cat version of this person and you will have freedom and success forever!” (*eye roll*)… you won’t find that here.
Your personality doesn’t fit in someone else’s box so let’s learn how to create your own solution
And finally, we know we are at one of the luckiest points in history for making a change, with more connections and information available at our fingertips ever before…
We also know that too much information can lead to overwhelm and lack of clarity – that’s one thing we take on in the book.
A Free Range Story
Free Range Humans were once Career Cage humans. They were stuck in a metal tube, commuting to a concrete office-box… and (this is the important part) feeling had to fit themselves into someone else’s box to get paid.
(Some other free range fledglings had quit their job to run their own business… but found themselves stuck comparing themselves to those other people on the internet, feeling they had to be a version of someone else to make things work).
They felt a bit ‘different’ to others around them. Don’t get me wrong, they knew how to play the part… but still they knew there was something more.
They didn’t like it much, but thought ‘once I get to a higher perch I will be happier’. Everyone around them said that was the right thing to do.
Then one day they woke up. They realised their position on the perch was not the problem. The problem was the whole ‘cage’.
So they poked their head into the sunlight, and this is what they found: