manifesto definitionOUR DEFINITION OF MANIFESTO:
Manifesto is more than a television show. It is a movement of like minded individuals who are concerned about the future of the planet.

Our generation faces great challenges. We are at a unique point in history, where the call to action is more immediate than it has ever been before.

This is causing people worldwide to reevaluate their priorities and focus on what they want for themselves and for the world.

Whether you are concerned with the state of the global environment, human rights, poverty, or water rights, is not the issue. The issue is that these realities cannot be denied. We must face them head on or become their prey.


There was a lot of reactivism going on in this country for a long time. People complaining, but not offering a alternative. People and non-profits infighting about who’s better, who’s doing things right or wrong.

We don’t believe in that.

This is a time for solutions. A time for action and a plan for that action.

There is a lot of talk on the net and the airwaves about change and making a difference. We think these discussions are important. But Manifesto is not about talking. It’s about sacrifice and willpower. True physical action taken on by committed individuals.


“A public declaration, usually of a prince, sovereign, or other person claiming large powers, showing his intentions, or proclaiming his opinions and motives in reference to some act done or contemplated by him; as, a manifesto declaring the purpose of a prince to begin war, and explaining his motives.”

- Bouvier


Manifesto is a challenge. To me, to you, to every concerned person. A challenge we make to ourselves and to our brothers and sisters.

Manifesto assumes 3 things:

1. The future is uncertain. It will be largely of our making.

2. Our Manifestos or goals, must be clearly defined, strategized and communicated.

3. Clearly defined goals held by committed, persistent, proactive individuals or groups are often completed successfully. That nature conspires in our favor when we know what we want.

When individuals decide what they want, what they’re dreams are and what they care about, it is an extremely powerful thing. When groups of people decide what they want, it has the potential for history making.


Sound simple? It is. But most of us are trained since childhood to think the opposite – about what we don’t want to happen. So it can be difficult to grasp and believe – until you experience it – and unfortunately it’s not taught in school. Many philosophers and leaders are touching on this concept, like the people who made “The Secret.”

But this movement is about individuals as well as the collective.

So welcome to MANIFESTO.

Are you ready for it?

( If you haven’t written your manifesto, start here. )