The Story We Tell Ourselves in Times of Uncertainty – A Webinar

The Story We Tell Ourselves in Times of Uncertainty – A Webinar

We are living in a time of uncertainty. How do we find ways to counter the experience of fear, anxiety, and self-doubt? We need a story that affirms who we are and reminds us of what matters to us. Our story is there for us when uncertainty seems to be at its most intense and alienating.

I’m offering a webinar to address the fear and anxiety that has grown exponentially because of the coronavirus crisis.

“WE ARE ALL IN TRANSITION, ALL OF US, ALL THE TIME.”

“WE ARE ALL IN TRANSITION, ALL OF US, ALL THE TIME.”

“WE ARE ALL IN TRANSITION, ALL OF US, ALL THE TIME.”

This is a key principle of the Circle of Impact.  It is proven true to me every day in virtually every encounter that I have with people.

My conversations usually begin with an introduction that includes my being the author of a book for “people who are in transition.” This phrase catches their attention. It resonates as something that they are feeling. When I say the word “transition” it stands out as authentic and real.

I do believe we are all in transition. From what people tell me, it is not clear to them what this means. They know on some gut level that this feeling is different than some random interruption of their lives. Instead, it is a feeling that their world is about to change.

For many whom I meet, this feeling is new. They have never felt like their lives truly mattered. Now, something is tugging at them, telling them, “You are in transition, go find where it is taking you.” For many people, their lives were transformed because they responded to this feeling of transition. For me, there is nothing better than to see someone’s life changed when they discover how their life can matter as a person of impact.

Preface to Circle of Impact: Taking Personal Initiative To Ignite Change

Preface to Circle of Impact: Taking Personal Initiative To Ignite Change

“I see the world of leadership differently than most people. I don’t see leadership as a title or a role in an organization. Instead, it is about how people function in their lives, about the difference they can make. I don’t divide the world up into leaders and followers. We need to know how to be both. Leadership isn’t a position of authority, but of personal responsibility. It is best practiced in a social setting where people share the responsibility for leadership. I believe we live in a leadership-starved world, and the future belongs to leader-rich organizations and societies.”