How to Be a Human

What does it really mean to be a human in the modern world?

We seem to live in an age where the bar is set forever higher – we’re constantly bombarded with self help and instructions on how to be smarter, more productive, happier, better organised.

But who really defines what ‘success’ is and why aren’t we setting our own boundaries?

Many of the best ideas and the greatest creativity come from dark places or hardship and being human is an art, not a science.

This project will explore the questions around the way we look at life and ourselves, what shapes our actions and what it really means to be ourselves.

It’s still in the planning stages, but one part of How to be a Human will be a non-academic research project, based on my 100 Connections experiment. If you’d like to participate, sign up below and once the project begins, I’ll be in touch.

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Origins of the Idea

Click below to read the blog post that set the idea for this project in motion.

How to be a Human.

Being ourselves is an art, not a science. Our flaws make us who we are.


Take Part

If you’d like to find out more about being one of the 100 participants in the How to be a Human experiments, sign up below!