In the collective of human stories, there are moments that are touchstones. Of progress, of importance, of successes, and of failures.
Moments captured by the mediums of the time. Images which have captured a part of our consciousness.
From the first radio broadcast featuring voices from the Metropolitan Opera, communication and our experiences within it has evolved.
The birth of MTV, YouTube, Shakira and JLo at the Super Bowl, Opening Ceremonies in Beijing, “the thrills of victory and the agony of defeat”, we have participated, watched, cried, and applauded.
And now, as we settle in to the 21st century, we are discovering a new crossroad in the evolution of the human experience.
For the past 25 years, there has been a slow, but steady shift in the cultural values surrounding standards of performance, execution, skill and talent.
We have become comfortable, nestled in our Barcalounger, on our microsuede couch or our cushioned seat in the stands.
We have lost our craving for the challenge of execution and performance itself.
The ease with which we can voice our commentary via social media has replaced our desire to take the field.
We herald our professional athletes, but we rarely take their advice. Kobe Bryant said,
“The most important thing is to try and inspire people so that they can be great in whatever they want to do.”
This is the call to action. To be courageous, stepping up to face moments and challenges regardless of magnitude, because of the magnitude.
The global pandemic of 2020, Covid-19, has done more than shut us in to sport arena bubbles or social pods.
Business, commerce, and our everyday interactions have been locked down in order to fight the spread of a pervasive virus, but another type of virus has nonetheless emerged.
In our fear of how the rules of the game have changed, we have become immobile.
The pandemic has exposed just how cultural is the lethargy, complacency, and voyeuristic tendency of those who would rather sit on the sideline.
The world found a new “rectangled” seat in the stands of our human experience, a two dimensional screen in which we wait our turn, limited by the confines of anonymity and fear.
It is human to connect, to engage, and to reciprocally embrace a shared experience.
It is even more fully human to step onto the field, to execute, to attempt to execute, to perform.
So much of what we have known and experienced has changed. And out of change, there lies opportunity to reevaluate and reassess.
The rules of the game in commerce and in life have changed, and now we have to decide.
Will we remain in the stands or get back on to the field and become fully human in our experience?
It is time to venture in to a new arena. A forum that will support society’s circumstances and our desire for connection.
We created Linkroom™ to honor the true human need to step on to the field, rise to the moment and execute and perform as your best selves.
Linkroom™ creates experiences that connect and expand the digital and physical worlds with real-time engagement.
By marrying software development and the psychology of the human experience, our future will include groundbreaking, impactful, and purposeful moments within immersive virtual environments.
Reimagine the art of ‘face to face’ collaboration. Linkroom™ take you out of your rectangle seat in the stands of your life and transports you onto the field of your own human reciprocal execution and performance.
Life is meant to be performed. To be active, not watching and commenting from the outside.
Linkroom™ will maximize the moments in every aspect of your life.
Out from the stagnation of your seat in the stands.
Onto the immersive field of the moment.
Taking the risk to feel your impact, your performance, and your life.
Go beyond the Rectangle. Go inside. Linkroom™.
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