Trojan Horse Of Love

The Trojan Horse of Love is the heartfelt story of 20 tiny clusters of leaders who have created a powerful new method of innovation to manifest sustainability over the last 30 years based on love, trust, and generosity.

KINS Method

Tipping Point Network


Finca Sagrada

(Sacred Land Farm) is an intentional community located in a powerful Andean Valley in Southern Ecuador.

The Tipping Point Network
Catalyzing A Global Sustainable Economy

Tipping Point Network Wheel

Wheel graphics designed by Marshall Lefferts
Central wheel and sector names courtesy of EVOLVE.ORG 
and Barbara Marx Hubbard’s Foundation for Conscious Evolution
The sector names in the outer wheel are courtesy of
Capital Missions and the Tipping Point Network

Tipping Point Network is a network of philanthropic leaders and social innovators envisioning and catalyzing a whole system shift from survival to sustained abundance.

How to self-organize a locally-focused Tipping Point Network

How Does a KINS Get Birthed?


Download a pdf describing TPN in more detail


When servant leaders are invited to birth a KINS innovation Network at a Founders’ Weekend, virtually nothing exists except a mission statement.  The reason is that the unique perspectives of leaders from 30 widely different constituencies, none more important than the others, result in the birth of a new and magical vision for the KINS.

However, when talking to those invited to create the KINS before the Founders’ Weekend, Capital Missions prepares a ‘thought piece’ that sets a context.

The slide show shown here IS A HISTORICAL DOCUMENT that shows how The Tipping Point Network was discussed with potential members before the Founders’ Weekend.

The members proceed to design a network that no one could have imagined beforehand.

However, their work then gave Capital Missions the design we have been taking to towns around the U.S.l to consider to take their towns green and resilient.

The Tipping Point Network has no responsibility for this historical document.