Embodiment is something we’ve let pass us by in our culture of perpetual busyness, distractions, and leadership hacks.

My Philosophy

In my view, leadership is about two conversations (maybe three if you stretch it). The conversation you’re having with yourself. The conversation you have in the world (how you carry yourself, communicate, get things done, etc.) And the conversation people are having about you.

This isn’t complicated. What is complicated is bringing this concept to life outside of our thoughts. This is where I come in. I’m your guide in the process of taking the conceptual and make it real… for you and your team. I’m not a guru or an evangelist. Instead, I’m the coach in your corner helping you  navigate through it all.


Embodiment, Depth, Intuition.

A Grounding Philosophy

I believe that embodiment is something we’ve let pass us by in our culture of perpetual busyness, distractions, and leadership hacks. Embodied leadership is about taking what we know (knowledge)  and what we’ve learned (wisdom) and actually practicing them in depth.

This is a real edge for me and it’s how I came into this work in fact. Until recently, I had read just about every major new business / leadership / personal development book on the market. I was excellent at learning it, understanding the concepts and intellectualizing the content in my brain.

Where this all fell down, was my ability (or willingness) to actually practice it. When I figured this out (thanks to my teacher and still a work in progress), I brought this into my coaching work and it has been transformative.

I believe that it is through a way of being that leaders achieve what they want to achieve. Goals, tasks and accomplishments matter in all aspects of work and life, yet I believe they are secondary to cultivating a deep, intentional way of being in the world and in your work. I am convinced that true success comes when leaders align their way of being with their values. From there, purpose emerges.

It’s not all roses. Cultivating and embodying a way of being is a practice… and it’s not always going to go well. Having a coach by your side can help you develop the right practices and give you with the feedback and guidance to deepen your practice.

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