Giving Science-Based Tools to Help Express Humanity Again

Welcome to Elements of Community!

I am your host, Lucas Root, and in this episode, we are going to talk about how science-based tools help a community express humanity again. Joining me in this episode is Dr. Chris Lee.

Dr. Chris Lee is the founder and CEO of Elemental Shift—a neuroscience-based consulting company educating on brain-based creativity, productivity, motivation, and research-based strategy for a healthier mindset. Dr. Chris has consulted with 8 figure stockbrokers on Wall Street to technology companies in California using custom biometric and neurofeedback data to build more resilient companies from the inside out.

He has proudly served over 3,500 individuals and is currently working on getting his neuroscience-backed mindfulness technique into United States Prison systems.

Here’s just a taste of our talking points this week:

About Wired For Worthy Community

Dr. Chris Lee has built out a community called Wired For Worthy which is focused on the purpose of giving science-based tools to help express humanity again. Humanity, which means showing up with a period, not a comma.

How Does Wired For Worthy Create Actual Community?

“A huge part of a community is having a directed vision of where you want people to start and where you want them to go,” says Dr. Chris.

For Dr. Chris, Wired For Worthy creates an actual community through leadership, and it’s not a leadership of a singular person, but leadership through a purpose served.

He continued by saying, “When you serve your purpose, you feel it in the way somebody shows up to take the trash out like it’s something that is more embodied versus something that is done.”

Other subjects we covered on the show:

  • What makes a great community leader?
  • How does one of the elements of community show up in Wired for Worthy?
  • How does Dr. Chris build and support “Purpose” in Wired for Worthy?
  • The curveball question—how good are you at asking yourself questions and answering honestly?

If you want to know more about Dr. Chris Lee, you may reach out to him at:


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