My leadership philosophy is built into the DNA of my work
Just a few years ago when I was running a record label, I never thought I’d be using words like “personal power” and “live your purpose.” But since leaving my label and starting The Big Quiet, I’ve worked with thousands of people and greatly broadened my perspective of what’s possible. This is where I’ve landed…
I believe that people are powerful.
That every person has the ability to make a meaningful and fulfilling contribution to the world.
But due to how we live our lives today, it’s easy to feel blocked from this good stuff.
Studies show that we’re experiencing some of the highest rates of stress, anxiety, depression and loneliness in human history.
I can relate. I’ve had panic attacks, tried different anti-depression medications and been on a path that has felt incredibly isolating at times.
Although it’s not commonly talked about, it’s common to feel disconnected from our selves and from each other.
We’re told to “hustle” more, to achieve more, to post more, to do more. But at what expense?
Many of us are burning-out. We’re tired.
We’re craving something deeper, more colorful, more connected, more human.
As mental and physical illness increase, it’s becoming clear that how we’re living is not sustainable.
We need people that do it differently.
We need new leaders.
Leaders that take a stand for redefining and reprioritizing how we work, live, love and contribute to the greater good.
So how do we step into becoming the leaders we were all born to be?
By growing beyond the things that block us from our truth (stress, anxiety, loneliness, burnout, self-doubt) and reclaiming our personal power (living bravely and in line with what fulfills us).
We’re able to achieve this through:
SELF-PRACTICES like meditation, self-care, technology reduction, nature-time
>> build vitality, wellbeing and greater potential
SOCIAL-PRACTICES like participating in supportive communities, friend groups or shared experiences
>> establish support, human connection and belonging