We’re on to something big.

You’d think we'd have every technique, means and process for human development already invented, but MEA has really created something that is novel and socially brilliant.”

Paul Hawken
Paul Hawken is an environmentalist, entrepreneur, author of NYT bestseller Drawdown and Blessed Unrest, and an activist who has dedicated his life to environmental sustainability and changing the relationship between business and the environment. He’s also a beloved guest faculty at MEA.

Chip’s blog has been a tried and true digital daily habit for years. Now, his book sits on my coffee table – providing an offline daily ritual that truly inspires.

Blake Mycoskie
Founder of Toms Shoes, Author of “Start Something That Matters”

To make full use of longer lives, we need a new map of life. We must radically rethink the social norms and guideposts that take us through life, from the nature of family to education and work. MEA is a new kind of midlife wisdom school dedicated to helping people chart this new map of life with both social support and a new set of tools that helps them be more adaptable and resilient.

Laura Carstensen
Director of the Stanford Center on Longevity and a Stanford Professor of Psychology and Public Policy

Join us in Baja, Santa Fe, or online by signing up for one of our core workshops.

Workshops to help you embrace change and thrive in times of transition.
Workshops to equip you with the tools to ignite your life with purpose.
Workshops to unearth your wisdom and unlock your hidden potential.