Author Jordan Phoenix is so serious about saving the world that he’s walking from Canada to Mexico to bring attention to his work and to share his unique message of personal responsibility with everyone he meets.
Jordan created Project Free World to support projects that provide food, rights, education, and work to protect the environment.
On Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 2:00 Eastern, Jordan will join me from the road for a live discussion about his one-person crusade. Tune in here then to watch the interview.
More about Project Free World:
Project Free World facilitates the creation of collaborative grassroots projects in order to provide the proper food, rights, education, and environment to every person on the planet. It aims to connect local changemakers who have similar passions and complimentary skill sets with the most effective ideas for social change being implemented worldwide.
Jordan Phoenix is an author, social entrepreneur, speaker, and scalability consultant. He is the founder of Project Free World, an organization that facilitates the creation of collaborative social innovation projects in order to provide the proper food, rights, education, and environment to every person on the planet.
His book, It’s All My Fault: How I Messed Up the World, and Why I Need Your Help to Fix It describes paradigm shifting ideas to address the biggest global challenges we face as a species; such as poverty, homelessness, and underemployment.
He also writes a personal development blog called Uncommon Sense for 21st Century Living to examine the rapidly evolving landscape of life in the modern era. Jordan’s work has been featured in The New Yorker, The Times of India, RT, The Huffington Post, Lifehack, MindBodyGreen, The New York Observer, The Social Journal, GOOD, and The Spark Documentary. He was recognized as a Quora Top Writer in 2013.