I WENT TO A RETREAT, THEN I REDESIGNED MY LIFE

By COURTNEY

Courtney is a customer experience designer, who has been working almost a decade for a leading worldwide company in IT and networking. Devoting heart and soul to her job, one day she felt the need to take a step back from her Silicon Valley lifestyle and flew away to Thailand. Courtney shared with us her thoughts and tips to live better as a Catalyst, both personally and professionally speaking.

THE DAY MY SPIRIT "UNCLOGGED"

By SHAKEYA MCDOW

“It was as if I had just read it. It was so clear in my head.” Shakeya is a health ethics, compliance, and risk Strategist in San Francisco, California. She attended one of the Catalyst Constellations retreat and decided to share her experience. Get ready to be inspired !

GROWING MY GAME CHANGING

By GEORGES SASSINE

“There are so many types of change agents and Catalysts” was the first thing Georges Sassine told us at the end of the first Catalyst Constellations retreat. Indeed, he had just spent a revitalizing week-end in Northern California surrounded by business design strategists, heads of innovation in big companies, executive directors, entrepreneurs…

THE WEIGHT OF BEING A CHANGE AGENT

By SHANNON LUCAS

It’s time for change agents to get more intentional about leaning into one another so we can recharge, maintain our progress and more sustainably change the world. When I went to the farms and saw how lives could be transformed by the work I was doing, it became a personal burning imperative.

THE POWER OF CLARITY OF VISION

By SHANNON LUCAS

A few months ago, John Morley would tell you that he had a “smorgasbord of ideas” regarding his career. But two weeks ago, he got every catalysts’ dream job. His job description is literally to change an organization to move forward with its digital transformation agenda, and to explore new things. How exactly did he get there?

THE SMALLEST INVESTMENT... IN YOURSELF

By SHANNON LUCAS

So many people struggle with too much work. From burnout. People who identify as change agents are often doing their catalytic work, in addition to their day job, which can increase the feeling of burnout. This is a big part of the reason why we created Catalyst Constellation retreats.

IS A CATALYST CONSTELLATION RETREAT RIGHT FOR YOU?

By TRACEY LOVEJOY

If you are catalyzing change, Catalyst Constellations Retreat will fuel you As Catalysts we face multiple challenges - burn out, loneliness, getting clear on our next step - to name a few. While the are ways…

FIVE TIPS TO SUSTAIN CATALYTIC ENERGY

By TRACEY LOVEJOY

How many moments of intense burn out can you count in your catalytic history? How many moments of self-doubt that almost stopped you mid-manifestation? The post about Catalyst’s challenges talked about the many things that compromise the emotional and physical well-being of Catalysts.

CATALYSTS NEW YEARS' INTENTIONS

By SHANNON LUCAS

The New Year is such an exciting time. Some people make resolutions. Many people set goals, spend time imagining what they are going to accomplish or change this year, or kick off new projects. People feel the sense of a clean slate. No more excuses. Everywhere I look this is a time filled with activity and people ready to manifest new things. Fast paced. Active. Frenetic.

RECHARGING YOUR CATALYTIC DRIVE

By SHANNON LUCAS

It’s time for change agents to get more intentional about leaning into one another so we can recharge, maintain our progress and more sustainably change the world. You’re ahead of the curve. You can see what’s coming down the road, when no one else can. Purpose is built into everything you do.