This week, I speak with Maureen K. McCarthy and Zelle Nelson, Co-Founders and Co-Directors of the Center for Collaborative Awareness.

Maureen’s life is a wild story. Doctors told her she would die young of a rare, genetic lung disease with no cure in sight. She couldn’t change her body, so she decided to change her mind. Knowing that she might die at any time, with her partner Zelle, they had to figure out how to live each day, not knowing if there would be a tomorrow.

We discuss:

  • Getting married every day
  • Consciously designing relationships
  • Finding joy with 10 per cent lung capacity
  • Publishing your ‘Blueprint of Me
  • Radically rethinking business contracts

The Center for Collaborative Awareness


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