Jonathan Mead, one of the faculty members of Project Mojave, has just released a manifesto called The Liberation Revolution.
It’s about creating a “freedom business” in order to “cut the cubicle umbilical cord.” While most of the information on how to do this is reserved for the paying members of Project Mojave, the manifesto is free and a pleasure to read.
Here’s what’s inside (I hope he doesn’t mind me ripping off his bullet points!):
- Why we’re tired of choking back vomit because we’re going another day doing a job we hate, with people we don’t connect with, working for someone we don�t respect.
- How we’re transforming our relationship with work, through breaking down social conventions and overly politicized nonsense.
- Why we think entrepreneurship is one of the highest forms of self-actualization.
- How we’re in this together.
- How to cultivate the “Free-man” (or free-woman) mindset and seven things you can do right now.
- The importance of getting to Game Over.
Being free, it’s not as earth-shattering as his paid ebook Reclaim Your Dreams. But it’s good, and well worth taking a few minutes to read. I’m a sucker for freedom manifestos.