Liveblogging From World Domination Summit

This post will be updated with thoughts from the World Domination Summit being held in Portland, Oregon on June 4 and 5, 2011.

Day Two

John T. Unger

Jon T. Unger at World Domination

How To Deal with A Disaster by John T. Unger

Day One

Pam Slim

Pam Slim at World Domination Summit

Dave Fugate

Dave Fugate at World Domination Summit

Danielle LaPorte

Danielle LaPorte at World Domination Summit

Leo Babauta

Leo Babauta at World Domination Summit (Page 1)

Leo Babauta at World Domination Summit (Page 2)

Going to trying some sketchnoting, because I don’t find text is capturing what is being said. I will take some photos of those as I go.

Pam Slim

The title of her talk is Claim The Root of Your Power: Lessons from Mothers and Avatars

Greet –

She starts by giving space to let everyone greet each other.

The Navajo greeting Ya’at’eeh means “everything in the universe is good/beautiful”

Prepare –

Her mother taught her to raise her children to be independent.

Element –

She calls out Avatar: The Last Airbender as a metaphor and what the elements mean:

  • Air – disconnect from the earthly plane and talk with the spirits
  • Water – quietest but the most powerful of the elements.
  • Earth: completely grounded, a rock in the real sense of the word.
  • Fire: when you need to purify or heal big problems

Protect –

Protect yourself.


Keep a notebook that allows you see how you are reacting to situations and where you have power and what takes away that power.

Opening Comments from Chris:

15 countries represented at the conference.

50 people travelled more than 5000 miles to come to the event.

The furthest traveller came 11,000 miles from Wellington, New Zealand.

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