Join a Peer Circle of Conscious Creators
Elevating their Wealth and Impact for a Better World
Our world calls for a new kind of entrepreneurs and wealth creators — ones who initiate things that matter, who invest for both income and impact, and who are conscious about the world they create.

Are you one of them?
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Who Are We?

The ELEVATE Circle is carefully curated network of Conscious Creators – Entrepreneurs, Authors, Speakers, Investors, Founders, Thought Leaders – from around the world, who share a similar motivation: elevating their wealth and impact for a better world.

At Elevate Circle we believe co-elevating is key. By helping each other out, we are able to unify our influence, expand our impact, and make a bigger difference in the world.

We are growing and have just opened the doors for new ELEVATE family members, so if you think that the above describes you, apply here.

Joining Together to Elevate our Impact
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Some of our members…

Nadav Wilf
Founder, Imiloa
Daria Vodopianova
Thought Leader
Ute Benecke
Mentor
Andy Burton
Mentor
Niall McKeever
Founder, Weekend Uni.
Sebastien Nunez
TEDx Speaker

Chief Creator

Tal Gur is an ardent supporter of Conscious Creators around the world and the founder of ELEVATE Circle. After trading his daily grind for a life of his own daring design, Tal spent a decade pursuing 100 major life goals around the globe. His most recent book, The Art of Fully Living, has set the stage for the co-elevating global mission.

 

Elevate Circle is Proudly Supporting

A portion of all proceeds from Elevate Circle supports Kiva, a non-profit organization providing micro loans to entrepreneurs in developing countries. It’s our mission and goal to support 25,000 entrepreneurs and reach the $1,000,000 mark by 2025. [Check our progress]

Why Kiva?

We’ve all heard the proverb “Give a Man a Fish, and You Feed Him for a Day. Teach a Man To Fish, and You Feed Him for a Lifetime”. What often happens with charity is that it leads to dependency rather than empowerment. Lending through Kiva, on the other hand, takes the whole “Teach a Man To Fish” one level further because it does not assume we know better than the local entrepreneurs. There is no “teaching” involved, just simple empowerment.