Bold Leadership. Fierce Love: - a Pod for Rebel Leaders.

Why join this pod? You may want a skilled, professional coach and be with your own great, intelligent tribe. You may welcome challenges and the supportive, playful presence of peers. You feel safe in a small group where you can learn and contribute. You welcome learning. Most importantly, you are already or energized to become a remarkable rebel in leadership for awakening, aliveness and abundance in a well-being world, a rebel for you.

What will the pod cover? Content adapts to what surfaces for each member of the pod. In fact, as soon as you sign up, we’ll set up a time for you to converse one to one with me to make sure the pod can be an anchor for you. Roughly, though, we play with themes such as the below:

  1. Beliefs: Where do our ideas, ideals, opinions, beliefs, stories, values and concepts about our world come from? Edgy as it is, sometimes it is a relief to question the unquestioned, toss some rules, and free ourselves from others’ truths into what is true for us. We experience life through our thoughts. We toss out what scares us. But what might an unfiltered experience be like? And what does it make possible?

  2. Habits: Have you ever done an energy audit for behavior, the way electric light companies audit? Some habits serve us greatly. Some…not so much. Thing is, habits keep us in our comfort zone. Habits are part of the stories we tell ourselves. When stories and habits contradict themselves, we land in trouble. Magic is in changing habits when we do not like change, with ease, even excitement.

  3. Who am I anyways: We can hold more than one truth. We can hang out in the gap that is at once grounded in what is in current, tangible reality and lean into the “known” of our infinite potential. The challenge is, are you really ready for this freedom? Dare you drop labels and become fiercely, wildly, eccentrically and universally you. “If you agree to share your gift, your gift will become a bridge.” (GD Melton)

  4. Vision, vision! I am always intrigued by the distinction Compass versus Roadmap: Going with what unfolds, yet having purpose. Have we lost our courage to dream? To dream dreams that scare us yet have such power to heal? Real vision makes us incredibly vulnerable. It’s the heart, right? So, yeah, a big deal. But is it? How are you with failure or success when it matters? With joy? The practicalities of strategy and action?

  5. Success, a definition: Do you have one? I am interested in exponential success. The rebel! A way of being in freedom, fulfillment, legacy, extraordinary performance in at least one area of your life. Breaking rules. Maverick success. Creating and action rather than reporting and hope. Innovation and creativity and a lot of fun. Abundance. Care and candidness. Hell Yes and Hell No for you and a well-being world.

  6. What exactly makes a conscious business. How do we embody it? Where do we find support in the wilderness? Which leads right into belonging. And the fact that we are built for reality and awareness both.

  7. Vulnerability, defensiveness, trust: Neuroscience has a lot to say about our natural tendency to react rather than to create, to control and defend rather than to set free. How good are you in asking for help? If you are even a bit like me, it is hard! How transparent dare we be? How do we build trust? Deeper relationships. Greater understanding amid our teams?

  8. The simplicity of leadership: Presencing as a verb can be interesting to engage with. It touches upon the dynamic intelligence of the heart. It invites a quality of openness, a state of unusual attentiveness. The thing about the heart, presence, presencing, is that all intelligences are aware, alert. We are wildly awake to the direct experience of our world, with fierce love, compassion, joy, fearless equanimity.

  9. What is it all for: I love Thomas Hübl’s quote, “Our deepest humanity is our highest possibility.” Because, really, what is it all for if not for this? “Day by day by day, am I making choices that are life giving for me and other people? Or am I making choices that involve me conspiring in my own diminishment?” Parker J. Palmer asks. Let’s see where this one goes.

What will you receive, what can you expect? The pilot pod spans about 20 weeks. During this time, you participate in ten 60-75 minutes group video calls (zoom), with a combination of teaching, one-on-one “hot seat” and in-group coaching, and questions and answers. The exact times for the calls depend on pod participant geography but will likely take place at 1pm PST, 4pm EST. We'll record the sessions, so that if you cannot make it, you can listen at another time at your convenience. I’ll send out recommended readings or video recordings to watch. The invitation is also to play with targeted assignments in between sessions. What happens in between is as important as the calls themselves! To amplify this, you’ll have access to a private forum for in-between messaging and support. In addition, toward the end of the pod series, you may book another one-on-one direct call. (Remember, we’ll also have a conversation at the beginning of the pod.)

What does the pilot pod cost? Your total investment for the pilot is $995 for the six months.

Yes! How do I apply or find out more? Click here to send me an email.

"You will find your way by reconciling what you learn from others and what you discover on your own. You'll get lost. At times you'll lose hope. But if you stay curious and self aware, your intuition and conviction will be your compass." - Scott Belsky

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