I am sitting with author, speaker, change agent and CEO of Health and Wellbeing on Earth @ $1 p.w. Foundation, Grant William Harrison, the face of Time Magazine’s 2033 Person of the Year at his 100 hectare property in Far-North Queensland. This is the first in a series of three interviews.
Lisa Nichols: Is it okay if I ask anything Grant?
Grant: “Sure. Go ahead Lisa”
Lisa Nichols “On a scale of 1 to 10, how weird are you?”
Grant: If you’re asking me how W-I-R-E-D wired I am, it would be a 10. I like everyone of my cylinders to be firing. If you are asking how W-E-I-R-D weird I am then I will let you be the judge of that. I am very comfortable in my own skin.
Lisa Nichols: “So you like playing with words?”
Grant: “Yes, in my late 30s I made a conscious decision to not teach and attended various workshops and courses. Occasionally, different presenters would highlight a word hidden within a word, which they used as a way of peaking the audiences interest or act as a segway. I was very interested in solving crime mysteries, the occult, meaning hidden and the wisdom of the ancients, who frequently used allegory and puns or a play on words.”
Lisa Nichols: You developed TLM or The Language Matrix© way back in 1995. It’s used in forging new pathways in private and public research everyday now and gives fresh insights into problem solving. And God knows how many people it has helped to dissolve impasses who have used TLM when any relationship was challenged.
It is recognised as a great tool in personal growth. Why did you wait 25 years to let the world know about it?”
Grant: That’s simple Lisa, lack of belief. It wasn’t until April 2019 after completing a Master Key Master Mind Alliance course that I wrote down a plan of action. It was during this course that I punched above my weight raising my self-confidence bar to levels I hadn’t even dreamed of.
Lisa Nichols: That was a year or so before the time you published the International Best Seller, The Unborn ME and launched the nine month I AM the Unborn ME program.
Grant: “Yes, it fostered in me self-belief, so that I became the writer of my autobiography to the point where I demanded that I commit daily to actualising my life purpose. You see Lisa, the metaphor of my life had always been a ship without a rudder. No matter what I dreamed of
I believed that I wasn’t good enough and found ample excuses to keep proving my inadequacies, resulting in all my ideas being put on the back burner.”
Lisa Nichols: Many people live life with New Year intentions that last for a few days or weeks. How specifically, back in 2018/19 did you turn yourself around from what sounds like an unknown self-sabotaging Australian retiree with little belief and self-confidence to become Time Magazine’s 2033 Person of the Year?
Grant: Now that would take a book Lisa. Obviously, I could never of achieved any of my accomplishments without the love and wonderful support from my amazing partner Joy, who you just met, my family and friends and my wonderful Health and Wellbeing on Earth @ $1 p.w.
Foundation teams who have helped smooth out the wrinkles behind the scenes. Getting back to your question on turning things around. Back then I was a single pensioner without any superannuation or a nest egg in the bank.
I was living fortnight to fortnight still trying to make ends meet. The short answer is that I didn’t wait to be a success. I got help from The Source of All That Is, which everyone has access to 24/7. It lives inside each one of us. I focused on one project at a time, starting with the I AM the Unborn ME program. As I worked on strengthening my self-confidence, I got clearer and clearer and I started believing in myself.
I acted on the information, keeping all my promises and I chose not to be waylaid by temporary distractions, that some may refer to as disappointments. Most importantly of all, I never wavered on any of my visions.
Lisa Nichols: How did you grow a following?
Grant: To be honest, I toyed with the virtual world on the net before any public appearance. I developed an affinity for social media starting with my first real blog and began attracting followers to whom I shared my I AM the Unborn ME vision. It was incredible. As I shared my thoughts, the feedback started to include questions and suggestions.
When I made the commitment to be all in, the Universe in the form of these incredible angels, helped shape and specify the nature of each aspect of the I AM the Unborn ME program. Before I knew it some of them volunteered to help with designing the elements of the program and my I AM the Unborn ME Team was born! Without these angelic presences you wouldn’t be here interviewing me today. I am eternally grateful for each one who answered the call.
Lisa Nichols: In 2020 you established your Health and Wellbeing on Earth @ $1 p.w. Foundation. What was the driving force behind this decision?
Grant: I had always rejected the philosophy that it is human nature to war and nothing can be done to prevent the fall out by companies based on greed.
I believed that the human spirit is innately good and that we all had within us the power to shape our own destiny and the remarkable capacity to create miracles that could restore the vitality of our oceans, air and land and reclaim our human dignity by right human relations firstly with ourselves, then within our homes and local communities and across nations and borders, so countries could thrive in harmony with each other.
It wasn’t my vocation to directly bring about these changes, yet a gnawing passion deep within me, surfaced impelling me to do all that I can to find and support financially those who had the wherewithal to do so. All I had to do was to raise the necessary funds to make their dreams a reality and prove to each one that I believed in them.
The greatest contribution of the Health and Well being on Earth @ $1 p.w. Foundation is that it helps create environments and human connections where genius can flourish.
Lisa Nichols: What role do you think the Health and Wellbeing on Earth @ $1 p.w. Foundation will be playing in another 100 years?
Grant: I am glad that you are not limited by political time thinking Lisa. Each person who was born was taught about how to be small, to fear the unknown, to follow the heard, to distrust, be critical of themselves and look outside for answers.
I expect that the work carried out by the Health and Wellbeing on Earth @ $1 p.w. Foundation in a hundred years would focus more on human connection with all forms of life and the nurturing of children from the moment a parent’s desire to have a child forms to the age of 25, when a person’s brain has reached maturation. It will still have as its primary role the creation and maintenance of harmony on Earth.
Lisa Nichols: Our time is almost up Grant. Next time I would like to explore in depth the phenomenal rise of P.A.C.E. Centres of Mastering Excellence (Pro-Active Creative focussed Education) around the world and its association with Motivating the Masses.