Are you someone who is committed to making the world a better place AND who is committed to your own personal growth and development?
Have you ever. . .
Felt overwhelmed by the sheer number of tools and processes out there, and didn’t know where to start or what’s effective and what is not?
Felt sucked in by society’s cynicism and negativity, and yearned to deeply serve and contribute in a positive way?
Had a vision for the kind of contribution you want to make and for the kind of lifestyle you want to lead, but have no idea how to achieve it?
Hi, my name is Alan Seid.
I help change makers move closer to their positive impact potential through coaching and online programs.
I’ve spent the last 25+ years — including a 7-year self-directed sabbatical — researching and finding answers to the following question:
“What are the highest caliber tools, processes, and methodologies that contribute to living in harmony within ourselves, with each other, and with the planet?”
My research and practice outfitted me with a toolbag full of powerful ways to make a difference, be flexible and walk with integrity. My efforts have allowed me to support changemakers like you by:
Working with thousands of clients conducting mediation, group facilitation, business trainings, and couples work.
Teaching rave-review workshops since 1994. My live teaching events ran continuously from 2000 to 2010.
Finding my dream property in 2000 using a step-by-step methodology which I now teach.
Coaching clients on almost every continent, and thousands of list subscribers from over 40 countries.
I’m here to show you what I’ve learned: The old paradigms no longer work!
The Old Paradigm
Sees problems as isolated and distinct.
Giving people intellectual information is enough.
You have to go it alone. It’s weak to find help.
Have these mindsets ever benefited you?
Have these mindsets ever produced lasting
results and positive change?
The New Paradigm
Sees the interrelatedness of all the world’s problems, and seeks long-term solutions that address root causes rather than symptoms or symptoms-of-symptoms.
We need to become integrated beings with multiple capacities, and an ability to show up with integrity, care, and compassion — and we need to walk the talk and lead by example.
You do not need to go it alone. We are stronger in community. Reaching out for support when we need it is an important skill that shows maturity and supports resilience.
There are 5 areas I consider essential for people both wanting to make a difference and who are committed to personal development: