Buckminster Fuller was called the "Leonardo Da Vinci of the 20th Century" -- a visionary genius who worked to make the world work for everyone. In looking at nature, Bucky uncovered what he called "Generalized Principles" that are always true without exception. Some of these concepts are well known: leverage, synergy, mass attraction -- and have application in science, business and your personal life. It's clearly easier to flow with these principles than fight them. In our meetups, we will watch some films by and about Buckminster Fuller, read some book chapters, seek examples to clarify each core concept. We all have a path in this life, whether discovered or not. When asked 'what should we do?', Bucky would respond by saying: "the things to do are: the things that need doing, that you see need to be done, and that no one else seems to see need to be done." This will be a fun, interactive and deep dialogue into what's important and what you can do about it. Join us.