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Your NameJack Cantlon
Cohort AssignmentCohort B (Americas, Online Intensive)
1. What do you see as your primary work at this stage of your life?

I currently see my primary work to be centered around Regeneration. My mission is to empower individuals and communities to find their unique essence, and holistically navigate towards a regenerative future.

2. What role do you see as yours to play?

I believe I have been called to help usher in the Regenerative Renaissance as a Creative Catalyst, a Dreamer and a Do-er. Founder of HUMA.

3. What goals or aims do you have in regard to the above?

I aim to do this through the vessel of HUMA, a decentralized, member-owned platform that harnesses the power of collective intelligence, innovative technology, and regenerative patterns to enable a new era of holistic living. We are building the HUMA Operating System, a powerful AI-powered tool that helps users to make informed decisions, optimize their regenerative actions, and connect with like-minded individuals and communities. And we are creating the Regenerative Pattern Programming Language (RPPL), a new way of structuring, organizing, and connecting data that will help us to unlock the full potential of humanity.

My ultimate goal is to see Northern Michigan (NoMi) become a beacon in the regenerative movement by creating a network of HUMAHOOD's (regional hub for regenerative living, work, and play) to inspire and lead others in the transition towards a more sustainable and resilient future. Through the implementation of HUMA's holistic framework and action-driven decision making tools, I aim to create a ripple effect of positive change that will benefit not only NoMi, but the entire world.

4. Where do you feel your next arenas for personal growth are?

Family, Leadership, Communication, Community

5. And for professional growth?

Leadership, Communication, Holacracy

6. What have you invested in to get you where you are?

I've spent a lot of time steeping in the nature of reality, listening to Spirit, and brilliant thought leaders from the regenerative movement and beyond.

7. What fields of learning and which thinkers have been important in your life?

Carol Sanford, Richard Perkins, Darren Doherty, Allan Savory, Sepp Holzer, P.A. Yeomans, Paul Stamets, E. F. Schumacher, Buckminster Fuller, Terence McKenna, Zack Bush, Charles Eisenstein, Ferran Adria (bullipedia)

Regenerative Ag, Enterprise, & Economy. Holistic Management. Permaculture. Lean Startup. Circular Economy. Slow Food. 8 Forms of Capital. Open Source Ecology.

8. Can you frame your philosophy or cosmology of life? What role(s) do humans play in it?

I believe by living simply and being in tune with ourselves and the living systems we are enmeshed in, we can reflect the highest potential of ourselves, and in turn of Spirit, which exists in every living thing. My main pillars are Regeneration, Wholeness, and Mutualism. Our role as humans is to be stewards of ourselves and communities in ways that are holistic and regenerative, and allow all things to thrive.

Date CreatedJanuary 26, 2023


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