Following my TED talk, I was contacted by people from all over the world sharing their stories. I was deeply moved by their honesty and courage. Some were of hope, speaking of organisations that live and breathe ethical excellence. Others were of how humanity had been stripped in toxic work cultures and the impact it had on their lives.

I held these words close as I progressed my own work, and was fortunate to meet more incredible souls who ignited a deep sense of collective calling within me. A calling for us to come together and act in a way that brought our humanity to the world each and every day – that is how #Time4Humanity was born. It started as a way for people to express their feelings, ideas and actions to shift cultures and create better ways of working and being.

I draw my inspiration from the actions you take every day to create purposeful change for yourself, your relationships, organisations and societies at large. #Time4Humanity is not a movement. A more apt description is a growing community of people who ask the important questions of who we are, how we show up every day, and where we want to go.

My hope is that the message can be of service to anyone seeking the deeper truths in who we are and how we choose to be.