So what does ‘Live Untamed and Unafraid’ really mean and why would you want do it?
Living and Leading Untamed and Unafraid is my ethos. Simply put, I believe it is the recipe for living a great life. One which is rich and full… where you get to be yourself and achieve your dreams. A life where you have real freedom and power. The meaning I outline below is my interpretation of what it means to ‘live untamed and unafraid’. I’d love to hear yours so please add a comment below and share what it means for you. (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…)
For me, one of the best parts of the work I do, is getting to see my clients really transform and make huge shifts in their lives! When it really starts to click and I can see the Untamed and Unafraid really start to come alive in them! I feel so fortunate to do work that I love and I get moved and inspired by my clients every week! Continue Reading
Yes, you know it! I don’t know anyone who doesn’t. We’re all guilty of putting things off from time to time (myself included). So what does it really matter? (more…)
Thanksgiving may primarily be an American holiday, but it’s one I genuinely believe we should all embrace. It’s not only a sentiment that holds true value for us a individuals and communities, but Science now shows just how much celebrating Thanksgiving and practising gratitude can truly elevate our levels of happiness… (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…)
One of the practices that my clients find most valuable is setting a theme for the year, or part of the year? A bit like the Chinese have the ‘Year of the Dragon’, the ‘Year of the Tiger’ etc. I find it helps them get focused on where they are in their journey, what they want to achieve in the year ahead, and helps them stay motivated and committed. So what’s your theme for the year ahead? If you don’t already have one then take a few moments to reflect and get curious as to what it might be… (more…)
I’m writing this post from Geneva airport having just delivered 3 days leadership training in the French Alps for the Ski Club of Great Britain. It’s snowed for 3 days straight up in Tignes where the training course is taking place and I’m feeling quite reflective after a stunning bus ride back from the mountain past mountain streams, and snow covered trees and snowy French villages. It reminds me that despite challenging economics times and much turmoil in the world there is still much beauty and wonder to be thankful for. (more…)
I just received this in my inbox this morning and wanted to share it with you as it’s so simple, but yet so true!
“At long last, a 2 point Spiritual Litmus Test to see whether or not any old religious doctrine or modern day “ism” is worthy of celebration: (more…)