Point One is what's left when you've tried the other 99.9%.
After you've been to the clinics, workshops, doctor, therapist, surgeon, life coach, expert, specialist, guru, healer and magician and you still haven't found "it," Point One offers something different. Whether you're a competitive athlete, service leader, expert teacher, entrepreneur or soul-seeker, Point One fulfills your ultimate best. If you're injured, broken or shattered, Point One is the final hope you don't know you have left. Point One is an acknowledgment of where we all fall short in ascending our-selves alone.
The pursuit of excellence teaches its subject to create blinders, a focused initiative on complete mastery of a single craft. Not so dissimilar, pain itself creates blinders for its victim who desperately searches for relief. Whether we are seeking to elevate or to save ourselves, the symptoms of either is blindness to others. We lose sight of the person right beside us that's sharing a similar story, too.
The cultural paradox of Point One is this: that in serving others, the very opportunities for the realization of our own needs and desires are met. The acknowledgment of Point One is that self-actualization doesn't really come through our-self at all and that fulfillment happens when we help others.
Point One is not a program. Point One is not an answer. Point One is a question. Point One is an invitation to demonstrate your free will in the remaining recess of perspective. Point One is an ongoing offer to replace the burdens of your own expectation or suffering with the joy of living with others.