Here are a summary of traits that I found in the leaders I've worked with over the last 14 years of supporting, training and coaching high-vibe and high-impact humans.
This is the recount of my memories in the Amazon jungle where I spent two weeks in isolation. During that time, I saw death, rebirth, light, darkness and turned my life 180 degrees. Don't get me wrong - I didn't go there to get fixed. I went there with the mind of a child-like curiosity to experience, a specific intention to grow and learn but what I got was more than what I thought. Click to read more.
If someone had told me tens years ago about this technique called breathwork where I get induced into a trance-like state, see visions and feel like I'm on a psychedelic trip without psychedelics, I would think that the person is crazy. But today, this is one of the things that I swear by. If you're curious what it's all about, click here to read more.
“You should wear the Wonder Woman outfit”.
That was what a friend told me when I decided to run an event in Burma, a place where nobody has experienced the kinds of transformational events I run. Scepticism was to the roof and many thought I would fail.
I’ve never watched Wonder Woman. I’ve never really been into comics and I don’t really watch TV. In fact, I don’t even own a TV. When Wonder Woman came out, so many people talked about it that it sparked my curiosity.
So I watched it the other day and although I wasn’t blown away by the movie, I was smiling throughout the whole movie. Yes it was a bit cheesy but it’s the kind of movie that teaches something - something valuable about life. So without any spoilers on details about the movie, I want to share 8 leadership lessons that I learned from the movie.