Kyle Scheele is on a mission
to build a better world.

Whether he’s keynoting to an arena full of students, singing “Don’t Stop Believing” with 37,000 friends, or building yet another cardboard masterpiece,
Kyle is constantly working on one thing:
closing the gap between the way the world is and the way it could be.

Kyle has spoken to over 350,000 audience members in 49 states. His projects have been featured by outlets like Upworthy, Buzzfeed, WIRED, Fast Company, Mashable, Laughing Squid, MAKE Magazine, and more.

Clients Include:


Okay, Kyle here. Enough of this third-person stuff.

Here’s the thing, guys. I don’t just talk about building a better world. I’m constantly working on projects to actually do just that.

These projects range from the silly to the meaningful, from small to ridiculously enormous. But they all have one thing in common: they’re a step towards the sort of world that I want to live in.

My Projects Have Been Featured By:

Why do I do this stuff?

Because I believe that a better world is one where people chase their crazy ideas… where they actually do the things they dream up.

For me, my ideas usually involve bringing a smile to someone’s face or getting them to laugh when they’re having a bad day. But for you, it could be building a better school culture, inventing a life-saving medical device, or changing the way our society thinks about an issue.

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