The must-have resource that will help you turn the world around, starting right where you are, right now.
*Serious Definition Alert — Save the World and Save the World a Little Bit: The act of (re)claiming your power and untapped capacity to contribute immensely to the world's wellbeing using methods that have been overlooked, abandoned, ignored, trivialized, underestimated, dampened, and sometimes outright suppressed by societal conventions, habits, systems, and practices.
In spite of all the time, energy, and even money you've invested in what you believe in—and all the outright anguish you've experienced on behalf of others, as well as the planet itself...
Things just keep getting worse instead of better.
You're trying to do your part, but frankly, you're pretty discouraged by the whack-a-mole news—as soon as one big fat problem is over another one pops up out of nowhere.
You're starting to wonder what difference you're even making because nothing seems to change.
And I want you and me to save the world, at least a little bit, starting right here, right now.
I used to think that only the powerful could make big changes, or that working with politicians was the key to a positive future, or that someone out there could save us all.
Ha! Turns out that you and I have far more control and power than we've ever been told. And that's the problem—we've spent our lives relying on what we're taught and told.
As it turns out, we've been misled, sometimes innocently, sometimes not. And that's why I made this toolkit, so that you and I can whoop up on this powerful, world-saving energy but also have a damned good time doing it.
Want to know more? Go nose around on my blog, ShinyButter.com and see what sort of trouble you can find.
You'll receive a digital copy of the crazy good time yet also practical and hands-on Save-the-World-a-Little-Bit Toolkit.
This toolkit is designed to give you hope (which is not nothing) as well as concrete techniques to make the world a better place to live without having to knit your brow, curse angrily, and shake your fist at strangers for the rest of your life.
The toolkit includes:
You could probably sit up and read everything, plus do all the activities in one night. Granted, you may be staying up too late if you do this but I don't blame you if you really get into it.
As for saving the world, it's an ongoing (and not altogether unpleasant!) project. So consider this a springboard for your greater work in the world.
What you learn in this toolkit will be with you from here on out. Your world-saving skills will only grow stronger as you uncover them and use them.
The Save-the-World-a-Little-Bit Toolkit is available in digital PDF format only (plus links to a playlist and videos, you gorgeous thing, you). I will not be sending you a physical copy.
If you want a physical copy, you can print the entire PDF at home to put in a 3-ring binder, or just print selected pages at home, or have the whole thing printed and spiral-bound locally. (Support a local business, yay!)
Or you can just view the PDF on your device of choice and take notes in that super nice journal you've got stashed for just this special occasion. (Links to videos and a playlist are clickable inside your digital PDF.)
In short, this is delivered digitally in PDF format to the email address you provide.
It should arrive in your inbox via the email address you provide at checkout within 5-10 minutes of your purchase.
If you don't see it, check your spam, junk, or promotions folders—you know how those three like to lure innocent emails away from your inbox.
(If your toolkit is lost in cyberspace, contact me here.)
Okay, so the cape is not included. And for the life of me, I don't know why you don't already have a cape.
Okay, look, if you want step-by-step instructions on how to start a non-profit or run for office or eliminate electronic voting machines, this isn't exactly your toolkit.
It's not that those things aren't worthwhile—it's just that this is a different approach to world-saving than those sorts of things.
However! If you're itching for something that's not another a ball and chain of brow-knitting and guilt-tripping, but instead is useful and real in a deep and meaningful way, then this is just the toolkit for you.
This toolkit leads you to closely examine how your beliefs, feelings, and actions are shaped while also leading you to be keenly awake to the overall big picture.
What you won't find in this toolkit: You won't find me telling you to act all serious, as though that makes you, what, more intelligent or smart or something. That stuff is too often just optics anyway. Theater, even.
I'm telling you, you gorgeous human being, that you can be happy and have a good time more often than not while still being productive and effective in the world, if not even more so when you're happy.
I mean, are scowling and blaming and lashing out really things you want to be known for?
So I'm pointing you to things I find useful while also being, ummm, sometimes sorta goofy or fun or, I dunno, even a little incense-y at times.
Seriously, if you're you're looking for a break from tweeting and resisting and gnashing your teeth, then maybe you and this Save-the-World-a-Little-Bit Toolkit are made for each other.
Sure, it might appear ridiculously piddly to talk about saving the world a little bit when the world is more than a little bit messed up. But ya' know, just like when my grandmother used to say "pennies make dollars," it's the same thing with little bits of world-saving.
Those "little bits" add up big time and even very quickly. So don't let the "little bit" part hold you back.
Good question. Here's my definition:
Save the World and Save the World a Little Bit: The act of (re)claiming your power and untapped capacity to contribute immensely to the world's wellbeing using methods that have been overlooked, abandoned, ignored, trivialized, underestimated, dampened, and sometimes outright suppressed by societal conventions, habits, systems, and practices.
The Save-the-World-a-Little-Bit Toolkit is a $39 value and is $19 right now. Jump on it.
Since this is a digital product, I'm thinking you can figure out pretty quickly how you feel about it, so let me know within a week if you want a refund. Then you can delete the thing and move on with your life. No biggie, no hard feelings, life is still grand.