Many have asked: what’s up with this art project at Burning Man, and why are you so passionate about it?
I conceived The Life Cube as an aesthetic interpretation of my belief that if you write down your goals, wishes and milestones, you will have a better chance of achieving them. I started setting goals to paper early in life, and been fortunate to accomplish many of the things I set out to do. Over the years I have had the privilege of working with and mentoring many wonderful and successful individuals. There is a consistent theme to my counsel, and every year I email about ten of them, reminding each one to write down their goals and ambitions. Over the weekend, I had dinner with some friends and one of them mentioned how he wrote down what he wanted to accomplish in 2012. He is on track in work and in life to accomplish his goals.
This Burning Man installation is just the beginning. If you know me, you know that I think big, and will devote my energy, enthusiasm, and passion to taking it to the next level. Stay tuned.
By the way, today we had the 50th person contribute to The Life Cube project on Kickstarter. It makes me so happy to have friends support this endeavor.
One more thing, “Write down what you want to do in your life and it will happen!”