TGA Incentive Program 3
Who this is for:
- Wolfpack Leaders/Alpa Wolves aspiring to join Guardian tier
To become a Guardian of The Guardian Academy, one must provide a video, article, or podcast (or whatever else they can think of) to share their experience in a way that is helpful to others. It is then reviewed by current Guardians and it either passes or edits/improvements are suggested before it passes.
Once this capstone project is accepted, they can become a Guardian if they meet all other requirements – meaning the only way to become a Guardian is to contribute to the TGA body of knowledge. But we understand sometimes it’s hard to come up with something so here is another way to contribute a capstone and earn a Gray Wolf Pup NFT (while supplies last):
Steps To Be Eligible
Step 1: Pick a video from the Gray Wolf Summit that you think will be the most relevant to you.
Step 2: Write an article, make a video, or record a podcast breaking down what you have learned and how it could be applied to your life.
Step 3: Submit it as a capstone and it will go into the typical capstone review process.
This acts as a forcing function to really sit with the content and process it and then share it, which benefits everyone in the ecosystem when it’s published and shared.
It’s okay if multiple people pick the same speaker/video because the perspectives will be different. Alternatively, you could amalgamate multiple speakers into one coherent and thoughtful content piece, feel free to be creative and play your game.
Here is a link to the original capstone project and incentive program.
Note: The full set of videos is available in the TGA portal accessible with a Wolf Den Wolf Pup NFT.
If you are an Alpha Wolf and don’t have access just request the video you would like to access and you can access it in exchange for providing helpful content for everyone.
Have A Read Through Some Examples
- Lessons from giants from Gray Wolf Summit featuring Jay Abraham, Joe Polish, and Nic Peterson. These are some of the key takeaways from Wolf Den Wolf Pup #1 on why many people stay mediocre despite being programmed for greatness and how to transcend your own comfort zone.
- The adaptive dilemma is everywhere and only by developing this base knowledge will you start to understand why we have such a hard time (individually and collectively) getting the outcome we want in the world. [Video by Tanner]
- Are you creating asymmetric bets to the upside? [Twitter thread by David Lion]