Grey Swan Guild's Mission:

Making Sense of the World's Biggest Challenges & Next Grey Swans

Born out of the pandemic, Minted on Zoom, Made for Real Life

Grey Swan Guild is a Global Network of Leaders, Thinkers, Change Agents, Sensemakers, Futurists, Innovators and Curious Others.

We believe the path ahead is better than the way behind, but only by working together can we find it. 

The Grey Swan Guild was created to find that way forward and generate ideas to support rebuilding a better human experience, sensemaking a clearer patterns and meaning and getting ahead of the future.

We were formed out of the pandemic to inspire to world to think differently. Our ongoing aim is to surface, inspire, and invite additional evidence-based intelligence, perspectives, learning experiences, contributions and business activation
from those who are committed to affect and influence positive change across the globe. 

Some of the reasons we think we do it differently (and maybe a bit better) is that we are:  Independent — Global — Deeper. than Superficial — Open + Experts — Positive + Future-Driven — Critical Thinking & Apolitical

 In our latest insightful report, contributors from around the world shared their candid perspectives through five lenses of human experience:  Live, Love, Learn, Lead and Liminal.  

“Perhaps the secret of living well is not in having all the answers but in

pursuing unanswerable questions in good company.”

 Rachel Naomi Remen

Our lives are forever affected but how and in what way? And if it is permanent or not remains to be explored.

The pandemic has shifted the limelight to what may be  truly most important - family, local society, global society, the earth, humanity - in other words, love.

The only way to fully use the power of creativity is to enter with a beginner’s mind to unlearn, and then learn into the emergent and unknown future.

Each of us holds the key to how we integrate (or not) the learnings from this pandemic, that give us an unlimited number of outcomes. We are each leaders, at home, at work, and in the new future. 

How do we mediate the tension of the opposites, between how things were and how they’re becoming? What symbols, imagery, fantasies, and shadows arise from our unconscious, to guide us through this liminal space between two worlds?