Simple answer: love.
In my work I see this as a constant theme. There is such a huge amount of coldness, emotional emptiness, even hardness that is making people escape into performing relationships, work - our entire lives, and to seek for outside entertainment & material in a never-ending yearning for acceptance and love.
In seeking for this fulfilment from the outside, we become empty shells who have the right to consume anything - other people (abuse of others and natural resources), material goods (to try to satisfy the hollowness inside), experiences (both physical and even spiritual). Are we willing to put up with it, for how long and at what cost??
And of course, as a coach, I ask "what what do you need to break free from it"? We need a true connection to another person, a will to accept the lack of love in my life and surrendering to forgiveness and healing. We are sharing our "tools" in our events and here in the blog, but the most important thing to do is to act towards change.
There are ordinary people living in love all over the world, but is it so that our visible culture is now led by forces of "power over"? What are we willing to do to create a culture of co-creation? Are we willing to renew our concept of leadership?