The Tribetan Method

Tribetan’s mission is to transform the world by unleashing the power of imagination within all 7 billion of us. Our goal is that the entrepreneurial skill set of turning imagination into reality is as well known as reading, writing and math. Why? Because the new way, different way and better way always starts in the imagination; and the Tribetan Method teaches everyone how to make their imagination real.

The Tribetan Method is a seven step process that teaches the entrepreneurial skillset of turning imagination into reality. It  begins with core beliefs, mindset, and imagination; and ends with cultivating determination, endurance and developing an experimentation mindset. In the Tribetan universe consistent practice is more important than perfection.  

The Tribetan Method is simple to learn, yet many times hard to do. But our framework is not about easy; it is about a big goal being possible and an idea being doable. A summary of the framework is as follows:

01 Core Beliefs​
02 Your Dream
03 Tell Your Story
04 Attract Your Tribe
05 Collaborate
06 Maintain Faith
07 Practice

CLICK HERE to learn more about The Tribetan Method and the seven steps.

At Tribetan we teach the entrepreneurial skill set to everyone! We believe the skill of turning your imagination into reality is a critical skill for future success the way literacy was generations ago. We didn’t all learn to read and write to become best selling authors, right?

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Ditto with the entrepreneurial skill set of making ideas, dreams and goals real; either for the sake of a business, like closing that big sale, raising money; or for personal goals, like being the first in your family to get a college degree or a PhD. It is a primary skill and it is our goal at Tribetan is to make the entrepreneurial skill set as well known as reading writing and math.

Tribetan believes that in a world where all people know how to turn their imagination into reality; you not only see more successful startups, but also more successful sales people; and increased innovation in every sector of society, from education to art to medicine.