Whenever I coach, the first thing people do is ask me for answers. I’m like, “Oh my God, you’ve got the wrong lady. I don’t have any answers for you.”
All of the answers you have either can be answered through working with a therapist or working within yourself.
This has been an ongoing theme in my life, helping people explore what’s within themselves and how they can solve their own problems, moving people from a state of learned helplessness to active leadership in their own lives.
Now, I get to help people do this through The Self-Leadership Summit. I’ve been able to have conversations about helping people understand who they are today, where they want to be in the future, and then incrementally closing that gap. In December, I am sharing it with the world – well, sort of.
On December 4th and 5th, I will be holding this virtual summit where attendees can join from the comfort of their living room, board room, or office. They will get to watch my interviews with notable CEOs, academics, founders, leadership coaches, and even endurance athletes on the intersection of self-leadership, self-care, and continuous learning.
The Summit is really about this process of self auditing, of understanding our values, of knowing who we are and where we want to go in the world.
I make personal resolutions all the time. Like I’m going to run a marathon or I’m going to lose weight. And none of it comes true unless I understand my motivation, really look deep internally, and make a commitment to doing the work that I need to do. That’s what The Self-Leadership Summit is all about.