So what does ‘Lead Untamed and Unafraid’ really mean and why would you want do it?
The first implicit assertion within ‘Lead Untamed and Unafraid’ is to be a leader – in your life, your family, your community, the wider world. I believe that leadership is a choice, not a position, and that we can all step into leadership. I also believe that in order for us to create the lives and the world we want, then we must do so. (more…)
The CALL – Leadership Graduates Community
The CALL (Co-Active Leaders Linked) was already established when I completed the Co-Active Leadership programme and April 2005 and it was a powerful experience to be greeted by fellow leadership graduates from the CALL on the last day of R4. (more…)
ECC – Update on Events
Following on from our last event in 2016, I took the decision to pause the ECC events as I realised that they were no longer sustainable in their existing format, and that further support was needed in order for them to thrive long-term. (more…)
Standing out and showing the world who you really are is easier said than done. We all have an in built desire both to be unique and special, and conversely to also fit in and belong. They are both innate, and opposing, human needs. Standing out requires us to risk rejection (more…)
Earlier today I posted my weekly inspirational quote on the Know No Limits Blog and this week I chose “To live an extraordinary life, you must resist an ordinary approach…” by Frank McKinney. I hadn’t initially made the connection but as I sit down to write the article it fits just perfectly.
One person who truly epitomises that quote, and the live untamed and unafraid ethos, is Adam Shepard. Adam recently dropped me a line and sent me a copy of his latest book to review. He’s definitely ‘resisted an ordinary approach’ – right from the age of 19 when he set of with $25 in his pocket (more…)