Our mission: Making Ideas In Transformation available to the public for free
We believe passionately that ideas have the power to transform people and the social institutions they belong to. So we are building a library of ideas on various topics of transformation, so that many people from iconoclastic teachers to reclusive practitioners to well known leaders can share their hard earned lessons – in the form of free knowledge – so the world can benefit from it.
The fundamental questions we are asking through this project are:
What if… Transformational teachings were shared as gifts, rather than traded for money?
What if…You had access to iconoclasts and change makers on-demand, rather than at their availability?
What if… The conversations were spontaneous, open, and emergent, rather than scripted, dogmatic, and dry?
What if… Change was approached synergistically, through the synthesis of many approaches?
What if… There were no ads or infomercials?
Radical Change Group stands for brining about "radical transformation" in not just what and who is being transformed, but also how transformational technology is delivered. It started one day when three friends met in a cafe in California in the fall of 2006 and imagined a world where all the "expensive personal growth" trainings could be delivered for free. Where access to this information was not a privilege that would be available to those with resources, but as a right anyone could have.
What started as a means to bring what we had learnt so far out to the world at large, has since become way larger than us. The project has brought us in contact and collaboration with many people, some well known and some well kept in secret.
This site makes the best talks, conversations and interactions with leading edge thinkers / practitioners in the world of "personal and social transformation" available to the public for free. More than 50 talks have already been made available on out site, and one is being added every week. These audio productions are released under the Creative Commons License, so that they can be freely shared and re-posted, as long as no change has been made to the original material.