Play requires a degree of creativity and risk. Being comfortable keeps you from both.
We believe in setting intentions and seeing them through. If you’re waiting for certainty before you take the leap—you’re going to be waiting forever.
Confidence is overrated. You don’t need it to go after what you want. You need to risk being open to it.
We often court chaos because it relieves us of a decision—and accountability. True clarity requires the courage to choose.
Being blinded by what you want can keep you from what you need.
Logic will lead you to what’s probable; intuition shows you what’s possible. Don’t let fear masquerade as reason and cloud your potential.
A willingness to ask questions is more important than having all the answers. Questions start journeys.
Habits require little to no thought. Your practice can feel sacred, conscious, and exhilarating. Real change happens when you do things on purpose.
Robbe loves to take abstract concepts and translate them into words we can all understand and experiences that shift our beliefs.
As far as his history, he’s reinvented himself many times: He ran a magazine, a fashion company, a web development company, and a co-working space.
He’s been a spinning instructor, a leadership coach, a marketing consultant and online community manager. He basically turned ADD into a business model.
He became most well-known for being a manager and culture strategist at Zappos.com where he co-founded Zappos Insights, an innovative program educating companies on the secrets behind its game-changing employee culture. Based on his experience working with hundreds of companies on their cultures, he wrote The Culture Blueprint: a systematic guide to building the high-performance workplace. He was a He took Zappos Insights from an idea to a multimillion dollar business line. Since then, Robbe has spoken to and consulted for Google, Toyota, Eli Lilly, Whole Foods, Intuit and many other companies.
He’s also a big fan of Improv comedy, the Muppets, and exceptional coffee.
Holly spent years working with human behavior in its most out-of-the-box settings: special education, mental hospitals, and behavioral health facilities. She has always been fascinated by human behavior – how to change it and shape it to get a desired outcome. This didn’t only apply to her career.
She also spent most of her free time reading self-help books and hitting the gym. Self-improvement was a full time job. Xpill seemed like a natural next step for Holly. When Robbe told her about his “red pill” in December of 2013, she was intrigued. Their journey as a duo for Xpill began NYE 2013. Since that serendipitous NYE, Holly and Robbe have taken the Xpill journey and found a way to bring it to others.
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