Welcome to the future home of Gen-V Nation.
Gen-V Nation is a global virtual community of people of all ages and walks of life who share the desire to live, love, work, and lead from a deep commitment to generating Value (Gen-V). In that spirit, “Gen-V’ers” adopt a “valuegenic” mindset and make the practice of asking and answering what we call, The Central Question of Life Love and Leadership, the core intention of all their choices, actions, and interactions:
Launching in the Summer of 2017.
What choice can I make and action can I take,
in this moment, to create the greatest net value?
Gen-V Nation is both a personal journey (a transformation of self) and a global movement (to transform of our social, business, and political norms) anchored in ground-breaking scientific discoveries pertaining to (1) the universal nature and laws of value dynamics (how value (goodness) is created and destroyed in the world) and (2) the nature of human thought, motivation, and cognition.
Gen-V Nation has no political, religious, or moral agenda other the idea the generation of real value in the world. Our guiding principles arise from the science-based recognition that true success in every aspect of life is fundamentally about creating value and improving quality of life. Learning to accurately answer The Central Question is the key to unlocking our individual and collective potential as human beings.
Gen-V Nation is not about sacrificing your abundance and prosperity for the benefit of others, nor is it about claiming your own abundance and prosperity at the expense of others. Gen-V is about empowerment and maximizing value generation by all and for all, including yourself.
Gen-V Nation is about being personally accountable and responsible for the value we create, recognizing that an abundant quality of life is not just something we earn, but rather, something we create with and for each other other. Indeed, we are all in this together.
Once we officially launch, all citizens of Gen-V Nation with have access to a plethora of cutting-edge resources to help them make a bigger difference in their life, their relationships, their work, and their world.
“Try not to become a man of success, but a man of value.”
~ Albert Einstein
Here are two version of Einstein’s original quote from a conversation in 1954 with William Hermanns and William Miller remembered differently by both. “Try not to become a man of success, but a man of value. Look around at how people want to get more out of life than they put in. A man of value will give more than he receives. Be creative, but make sure that what you create is not a curse for mankind.” and “Try not to become a man of success but rather try to become a man of value. He is considered successful in our day who gets more out of life than he puts in. But a man of value will give more than he receives.”