Innovators of the future.

The problem of many seekers is that they don't use their answers for anything except believing in them. What if they started to innovate?

Innovators of the future.

By Michell Léon

Before you can become a great innovator, you have to be a great seeker. Simply because seekers are the ones who dare go beyond the horizon to see what's there, and that's a prerequisite for innovation.

That's why I believe there is an enormous potential in the seekers of the world for paving the way forward and saving humankind from destroying itself and this planet.

The problem

However, the problem of many seekers is that they don't use their answers for anything except believing in them. They don't convert them into something that could be a game changer in the way we live.

I'm generalizing here, of course, but for the sake of argument, bear with me, and please note that I'm speaking just as much to myself given the fact that I'm a seeker too.

Seekers have it all

I honestly believe that the seekers of the world represent a non-cultivated potential for creating the changes we need in this world. Not the small stuff that only affects their own lives, but the big changes that matter on a global scale.

Seekers have everything required for being the innovators of the future. They have curiosity, will power, and compassion. Also, they are often creative people who like painting, writing, and music etc. All paired with an adventurous spirit and a solid intellect.

So what's holding them back?

Don't serve, lead!

Personally, I think it's because they feel they have to serve instead of leading. A common phenomenon in religion and spirituality which, in my opinion, is a relic from the past.

It's what we have been indoctrinated to for the past 2000 years, so when seekers “find themselves”, they start serving their newfound truth (read: guru or faith) instead of taking the lead on something that actually matters.

The truth is,