Integrative Organizing (IO) Manifesto

The purpose of IO is to inspire radically connected cultures. The result of practicing IO is individual and group thriving.


What does practicing IO look like? Let’s look through an 8 dimensional lens:

1. Quieting

Valuing meditation, sleep, and other ‘quieting’ practices to enhance cognitive performance.

2. Breathing

Learning to better self-regulate your nervous system through intelligent breathing protocols.

3. Eating

Powering our physical, mental, and emotional bodies with clean energy.

4. Moving

Building strength and flexibility to handle any challenge with grace.

5. Communicating

Developing non-aggressive pro-assertive communication.

6. Playing

Cultivating child-like curiosity with a beginners mindset.

7. Creating

Directing creative energy on purpose.

8. Connecting

Unifying through mind and heart.

Take a moment and feel the space in your heart.... Breath through this space.... Through your heart.

A new epoch of organizing is upon us. Can you feel it?

We are being presented with the opportunity to shift our quality of life, and consciousness, to a whole new level. To create games, and organizations, where everyone wins.

While quantum leaps in technological progress are abounding, what if the greatest challenges that we face are not technological? They are human challenges. Becoming more self aware. Cultivating empathy and compassion. Cognitive debiasing. Embodying wisdom.

The solutions to the greatest problems, technological and human alike, are found in intuitive messages that resonate through coherent heart rhythms. This is not only metaphorical truth, it is also supported by decades of empirical research on intuition and heart coherence.

The fact is, we all have intuitive guidance that flows through our heart.

"Have the courage to follow your heart and your intuition." Steve Jobs

Allow the core values and foundation principles of IO to touch your heart and mind, and support you on your mission.

2 Core Values:

Radical honesty.

Thriving together.

8 Foundation Principles:


When in doubt, watch the breath and listen to the heart.


Empower the master within by practicing Self-inquiry to serve the good of all.


Release the ego's desire to control by trusting yourself to be enough no matter what.


Share definite optimism by organizing plans that guide inspired action.


Accept your power for mastery, to transcend limitations, by practicing self-discipline.


Meditate with the power of love in your heart – love is more powerful than analysis.


Bring joy into the process by combining clear intentions with elevated emotions.


Illuminate thoughts through a peaceful lens by remembering principle #1.