Workshops prompting you to change how you think about thinking.
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Just another workshop, right?
Yeah, right. These aren't your standard workshops where you attend, get pumped up, and then everything falls by the wayside when you go back home because you can't relate them to real life. Those are a waste of time and money. These are about changing how you think about thinking and therefore how you move through life. And since thinking is personalized, so are these. They're about how you do what you do, how you see what you see, and how you interpret what you experience. They're geared toward smart, curious, and cognitively diverse people who are always looking to improve and make a difference professionally and personally — the same type of people who read Farnam Street.
- Learn to see the world differently
- Cultivate relationships of caliber
- Study models of success and failure
- Practice new-found skills through activities
- Become open to the perpetual changes in the world
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What real people are saying.
Cary, Navy Seal
I had a great time, met new and intellectually curious people, and learned quite a bit.
Shelia Chesney, investment manager
I had a great time! The group was (as you say) just amazing. The discussion provided tremendous food for thought, and I’ve actually implemented a few small changes that I think might actually stick.
Zach Smith, co-founder, Catalyz
I just returned from Re:Think Decision-Making with the Farnam Street crew Shane Parrish, Jeffrey Annello, and Neil Cruickshank and roughly 50 others Farnam Street readers from around the world. It was a great experience.
Thank you for a WONDERFUL conference. As I re-read (and re-read) my notes, new insights continue to bubble up. …Having worked in financial services for over 20 years, I’ve easily attended 100+ conferences. The was one of the (if not the) best, hands down. ....I came away from the conference with several game-changing ideas that were immediately implementable. Will definitely attend another Re:Think conference. Highly, highly recommend.
Dan Thomas, former professor at Harvard
It was the best two days I’ve spent in any publicly available seminar. The quality of the people and value of their contributions was outstanding. Thank you for a great session.
Matt Urquhart, manufacturing process engineer, Nest
The workshop was the most intellectually rewarding experience I’ve had in the last five years
Mark Steed, deputy chief investment officer and chief of staff
I had a great time, it was very inspiring and helpful. By far the best conference I have ever attended. I loved the content, structure, and people.
Chris Antonio, managing partner, Dipsea Capital, LLC
The material and synergy between Shane and Neil was terrific to be sure. That said, an unconventional view might be that Re:Think's greatest achievement was the selection of such an incredible group of individuals. Literally, every one I engaged in an extended conversation with offered depth, wisdom, and warmth to me.
Eric Jorgenson, Zaarly
This small investment will pay dividends for the rest of my life!
Jaione Maiz, business development manager, Inception Sciences
The last two days have been absolutely wonderful — the caliber of the group and the discussions were awesome. An opportunity like the one provided by this conference — a platform to engage so dynamically and immersively with such a distinguished and passionate group — is extremely rare. The team’s ability to curate the group and content and guide such engaging discussions was great, and I feel so lucky to have participated! I will undoubtedly apply the principals learned to my decision-making.
Mike Brown, Apple Retail Development
I thought you would like to know, when I was reflecting on my past year, I jotted down the top 10 things I was most thankful for in the year, and the Re:Think Decision-Making workshop was on the list. I still reflect on the amazing caliber of the people in the workshop. I feel blessed to have been able to participate.
I just wanted to say thanks again for the experience. I left at the end of the two days exhausted and excited about everything we discussed. I’d been exposed to much of the content before but having a really diverse set of minds from different backgrounds and orientations to discuss and interact with was eye-opening. With all of our ability to keep in touch these days, it’s difficult to have any real discourse. I’ve got a head full of things to think about, and I look forward to future workshops.
Karen Hanrahan, president, Mercy High School
WOW...INDEED! Thank you Shane and Neil for two incredible days!
Just wanted to drop a sincere thank you for a great experience in Chicago. The most difficult aspect of teaching is to differentiate for interests and abilities. Shane and Neil accomplished this feat swimmingly...the diversity of viewpoints is really what drove our thinking to such deep levels. That, I think, is a testament to Farnam Street and the readership you have amassed. ...I was looking for something to disrupt my thinking, and this workshop nailed it.
Cerebral turbulence for the status quo
Susan Stitt, leadership coach
The workshop took place two weeks ago, and I’m still on a high from it. ...I was confronted many times over the three days by the limits of my thinking: how my assumptions, beliefs, and perspectives have formed a nice, cozy, familiar filter through which I assess and interpret most everything. And, although humbled and annoyed with myself, I was also incredibly stimulated... It was an incredible infusion of energy and ideas that I craved but didn’t know I needed.
"I was stretched by new ideas, had my beliefs challenged and left as inspired as I've been in years. I draw on the lessons learned nearly every day in both my career and my personal life.
Hey There, I’m Shane
My passion is helping people just like you change the way you think.
My passion grew out of my own frustration at the lack of resources available to teach people about decision making and innovating, which I was desperately seeking. When formal education and employer training left my wheels spinning, I set out to find wisdom wherever I could find it in the "real world." On my way, I started sharing with others, and believe me, I was shocked at how many people were interested in following me on my wisdom conquest. Now I'm backed by a team of like-minded knowledge seekers as we try to master the best of what other people have already figured out and deliver it in a consolidated, useful way.