I actually didn’t really like high school very much. You know, I had friends in different places, and I wound up having a really amazing core group of friends towards the very end. For the most part, it was really taxing and like soul sucking. And I wasn’t really exploring myself, expressing myself. If could go back and do things differently, I think I would have spoken my truth more, connected with people, with classmates who didn’t look like me or didn’t think like me. Taken more risks.Andrew Murray Dunn
Andrew Dunn is one of the most unique people I’ve talked to on this show. Andrew’s philosophy and way of living life is completely different than anyone else I’ve talked to .
Andrew is based in San Diego and graduated from Wharton with a B.S. in Economics. Andrew describes himself as an all-win leader, bridge weaver, healer and pioneer at the intersections of technology, wellness, finance and systems change.
He is the co-founder of Siempo and Digital Wellness Collective, and he focuses his energy on the movements to align technology and business with humanity. He supports partnerships at One Nation: a new American political party devoted to full systemic change in all domains which we talked about quite a lot. Andrew’s political beliefs are very tied in with his spiritual beliefs, leading to an intriguing ideology.
In my conversation with Andrew we go very deep into perceived societal issues, as well as personal leadership strategies. This conversation is eye opening to those willing to consider new ideas.
- Growing up in the New York suburbs
- Feeling out of step in high school
- What his high school self would think of him today
- Relationship to money
- Making an impact on the world
- Changing the soundtrack
- The One Nation political party
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Links and Resources
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Reflections on Money in a Time of Transition
Emotional Intelligence and EQ
The Effective Choice by Forrest Landry
Internal Family Systems
One Nation Party