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Ayelet Baron

Forbes Top 50 Global Female Futurist at CreatingIs

Worldwide, United States

7706 Followers

Award winning author. Loves collaborating with brilliant leaders on a mission. Former Cisco strategy and innovation exec.

Available For: Advising, Authoring, Consulting, Influencing, Speaking
Travels From: Depends
Speaking Topics: Future of Humanity, Collaboration, Conscious Leadership, Future of Work

Speaking Fee $10,000

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Author222
Influencer135
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Entrepreneur30
Total387

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Company Type: Individual

Areas of Expertise

Business Strategy
Change Management 33.65
CRM 30.81
Culture 36.02
Design Thinking
Digital Disruption
Digital Transformation
Future of Work 42.60
Health and Wellness 30.50
HR 30.04
Innovation 30.22
Leadership 35.58
Management 30.36
Mental Health
Open Innovation
Social 38.56
Sustainability 35.32
Diversity and Inclusion 30.32
Ecosystems 30.16

Industry Experience

Automotive
Consumer Products
Federal & Public Sector
Financial Services & Banking
Healthcare
High Tech & Electronics
Higher Education & Research
Hospitality
Media
Pharmaceuticals
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Publications

38 Article/Blogs
Be as authentic as you know how to be at this moment
Medium.com
October 03, 2021
Ask questions. And, understand that no one has your answers. They may offer you ways to promote yourself or the keys to success but they don’t know you and you are not them. They may want you to be just like them but when you awaken, your own authentic heartbeat emerges.

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Tags: Management, Leadership, Future of Work

What is Your Moment of Truth?
Medium.com
September 20, 2021
What we are witnessing right now is death. The only thing we know for sure is that one day we will die. Everything dies. Everyone dies. And we have such fear associated with death that too often we are too scared to live fully and stay stuck relying on false safety nets.

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Tags: Innovation, Management, Leadership

When Progress Meets Nature
Medium.com
September 13, 2021
Natural laws are always guiding us to find balance and wholeness. It’s in the very design of how we were created. But our societal conditioning has been engineered and hardwired in a way that’s not aligned with nature.

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Tags: Leadership, Change Management, Ecosystems

Which Opportunity Are You Creating?
Medium.com
September 01, 2021
We have created and brought apps into our lives that unconsciously instruct us on how we should live our lives. We allow them to track our goals, achievements and even our deep moments of silence and meditation. We celebrate every time we hit the daily goal of 10,000 steps without always fully feeling into our physical body. There’s always some goal that we must achieve with clear intentions but what if this is a limiting belief that keeps us stuck? But who dare question the accepted way of life?

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Tags: Innovation, Leadership, Change Management

It’s Time for Conscious Leaders to Question and Listen Deeply
Medium.com
August 10, 2021
Questioning everything allows us to begin a journey of a lifetime as it opens us up to what is possible. Do you know what your greatest opportunities are as an individual or as an organization?

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Tags: Innovation, Leadership, Change Management

We Are Being Called to Be the Architects of the Future
Medium
July 27, 2021
Many of us have learned to receive our energy from the world around us, and in doing so, the increasing external noise that surrounds us is making us sick or anxious. It seems like everyone has an opinion or three, and yet, take a look at our world right now and you will see that no one really knows much of anything. If we did, would this be the world we would want to live in?

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Tags: Innovation, Sustainability, Change Management

What Are You Feeding Your Mind?
Medium
July 27, 2021
Our material world has made us obsessed with feeding our minds. From the time we are children, we are educated to be obedient, smart and rewarded for success — from potty training to winning praise for being good boys and girls.

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Tags: Innovation, Leadership, Future of Work

Is it Time to Unf️ck Yourself?
Medium
June 15, 2021
There is so much insanity playing out on our collective stage right now. It’s easy to get caught up in the noise and lose pieces of yourself and yet, it’s always a choice.

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Tags: Leadership, Health and Wellness

How to Lead from Your Heart
Medium.com
May 29, 2021
We have learned to not only seek knowledge and love outside ourselves, but we have also been conditioned to trust others before truly trusting our hearts. It is not surprising since we have learned from a very early age to live from our minds when our opportunity is to listen to the whispers of our hearts and integrate them with a healthy mindset.

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Tags: Management, Leadership

Getting in Touch with Your Heart
Medium
May 23, 2021
Life is a journey for each of us, with different expeditions, that sparks our willingness to bring our full self to face our challenges and opportunities.

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Tags: Management, Leadership

Letting Go Sets You Free
Medium
May 22, 2021
When was the last time you were in control?
What role does being in control play in your life?
How attached are you to manifesting your intentions?

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Tags: Leadership, Health and Wellness

Do You Really Want to be Saved?
Medium.com
April 06, 2021
Some dream of going back to normal, while more and more people are curious about what’s beyond what is socially acceptable (normal) today. What we are experiencing is personal and each one of us has the right and opportunity to respond in our own way. We just may not know it yet.

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Tags: Social, Management, Leadership

One Day You Break Free
Medium
February 17, 2021
One day you break free.
And you no longer pine for a parade or award to recognize your success.

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Tags: Leadership, Health and Wellness

Are you following or creating? It’s always a choice …
Medium
February 10, 2021
When you prefer to carefully color within the lines of conformity, you may find that you respond positively to strong rules, which maintain order and create the illusion of safety — but please consider that it may prevent you from exploring anything beyond the norm and outside of what is expected to live a ‘successful’ life.

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Tags: Leadership, Culture

You Are Enough
Medium.com
February 08, 2021
There are some of us who are always living in panic — jumping from one crisis to another; one drama to another. You’d think our lives may be a TV show and that we are here to play some character on the stage of life. Oh, if only we had the spotlight and the good life, wouldn’t everything be perfect then?

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Tags: Social, Culture

What Are You Choosing for 2021?
Medium.com
December 20, 2020
When we trek into the unknown, we ultimately learn humility and patience. When the journey feels impossible, it introduces feelings in us to give up.

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Tags: Leadership, Health and Wellness

What is Your Moment of Truth in 2020 and Beyond?
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November 30, 2020
What December 2020 May Be Asking You as 2021 EmergesContinue reading on Medium »

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Tags: Leadership, Health and Wellness

About Writing Books
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November 24, 2020
Opening yourself up to everything and everyoneContinue reading on Medium »

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Leading from the Heart
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November 16, 2020
There are many broken parts in the existing business model, and trust is one of the biggest. Too often in today’s business world, we lead…Continue reading on Medium »

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Tags: Leadership

The Great Shift is an Inside Job
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October 27, 2020
Nothing changes until we do.Continue reading on Medium »

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Reflections for the Soul
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September 28, 2020
This time in history is asking each of us to find our way homeContinue reading on Medium »

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Are You Ready to Discover the Wonder of You?
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September 23, 2020
Letting go means making space for your wildest creationsContinue reading on Medium »

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Are You Ready to Trek into the Unknown?
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September 06, 2020
What gates are waiting for you to see them?Continue reading on Medium »

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Beautifully expressed and a huge opportunity for many of us!
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September 03, 2020
Beautifully expressed and a huge opportunity for many of us!

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Is it Time to Step into Your Power?
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September 03, 2020
Opening yourself to living a meaningful lifeContinue reading on The Pink »

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Tags: Leadership

Is Giving Up An Option?
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August 27, 2020
Open reflections on what we can truly handleContinue reading on The Pink »

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Tags: Leadership

If You Feel Unsure About Your Future, Take A Leaf Out of Nature
Medium.com
September 22, 2019
Everything is here to be discovered, when you tap into your intuition for guidance.

Hidden under your feet is an information superhighway that allows plants to communicate and support each other. Around 90% of land plants are in mutually-beneficial relationships with fungi, which have been described by scientists as partnerships and alliances.


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Tags: Leadership

Re-Imagining: Are you aware of where your automatic responses come from?
Medium.com
September 19, 2019
Did you know that when most of us make decisions and take action, 95% of our decisions are made with limited conscious awareness? What this means is that the tapes and beliefs that have been programmed into our minds have created automated responses from how we react to situations and the people we bring into our life.

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Tags: Leadership

A Brief Guide to the Beginning of A Healthier World
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September 16, 2019
Photo by Kristin Brown on UnsplashPeople have been predicting the end of the world forever. You would think it is a modern, futuristic prediction or affliction but it is as old as time.Throughout our history, people prophesied the end of the world. As far back as 2800 BCE, an Assyrian tablet was w

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Tags: Leadership

The Future is Yours to Create: What Do You Re-Imagine?
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September 11, 2019
A lot of people today are wrestling with doing their job and at the same time, listening to their intuition and gut feelings. For some it’s like having an unhealthy meal. They know that when they put the greasy food to their lips that they later will regret this decision. Their gut knows that when

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Tags: Leadership

What Are You Choosing Every Day
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August 13, 2019
What Are You Choosing Every Day?Never give up and yet, learn from every situation and person who crosses your path.When someone shows you who they are in the first 15 seconds, believe them.They are doing the best they know how and recognize what is healthy, for you, and what is toxic, when it com

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Everything is Waiting for You
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July 23, 2019
Photo by Jen Theodore on UnsplashWhen you meet someone for the first time, how long does it take before they ask you, “what do you do?” Would someone react differently if you told them you were an executive, or a janitor? Do you believe that what you do will tell them everything they need to kn

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Tags: Leadership

Are You Connecting or Broadcasting: What Opportunities Are in Front of You?
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July 10, 2019
Are You Connecting or Broadcasting: What Are You Creating in the World?Photo by Jonalyn San Diego on UnsplashThe current world is about one-way broadcasting of information, which is stuck in an antiquated model. Brands are hardwired to communicate in one direction. The old world is about announcem

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Tags: Leadership

Who Controls Your Volume?
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July 02, 2019
Photo by Jon Tyson on UnsplashThe ageless question about the forest is, if a tree falls in the forest and there is no one around to hear it, does it make a sound?Peace is not found in the achieving or the winning, despite everything you have been told. There is noise as you move away from things t

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Things We Don’t Talk About
Import from medium.com
June 14, 2019
Photo by Kristina Flour on UnsplashWhether it is your parents, your teachers or other “guides” who appear in your life early on, you are taught to trust others before yourself. The systems you are born into teach you to put your trust into them so you can develop into fully functioning, contrib

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What Are You Fighting For? There is another way …
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May 24, 2019
What Are You Fighting For? There is another way …When I worked in corporate, I was part of a very big machine, a large company in Silicon Valley that was winning and wanted to continue to win by being #1 and crushing the competition. It was a daily race to success with hours of filling out endles

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Tags: Leadership

What Are You Learning?
Import from medium.com
May 20, 2019
What Are You Creating?Life truly is remarkable. When you strive to be at the center of the party, it is mostly an illusion as it can only last so long. You will need to keep grabbing attention to stay at the center. Learn to be the center of your own story and deal with the punches life will throw y

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Tags: Leadership

Thanks Beatriz Abrantes … we are all here to become aware and I can imagine a world of conscious…
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April 16, 2019
Thanks Beatriz Abrantes … we are all here to become aware and I can imagine a world of conscious creators …

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Tags: Leadership

1 Board Membership
One Heart Worldwide
One Heart Worldwide
January 01, 2014
One Heart Worldwide (OHW) is a 501(c)3 organization with over fifteen years experience providing on-the-ground training in newborn and maternal health. Our mission is to end all preventable deaths in remote areas of the world. Based on over ten years of experience in the Tibetan Autonomous Region, OHW has established an effective,... see more

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Tags: Sustainability, Leadership, Culture

3 Books
F*ck the Bucket List for the Soul
Heartpickings
September 29, 2020
The universe is full of wonder and wisdom... and so are you.
It's a voyage of courage to show up with questions and an imagination. You find yourself wondering whether there's much more to life than you were told. But often, you find yourself so immersed in the chaotic pursuit of "success" as defined by society that you simply don't have time to experience life to the fullest.
Are you ready to live a more intentional life in which you consciously decide what is uniquely healthy for your mind, body, and soul, and let go of what is unhealthy? If you are, life will never be the same. The journey will be intense. It is not for the faint of heart. But as you learn how to access and trust the universal wisdom within your own heart, your life will begin to shift dramatically.
These book are not for everyone.They're for anyone ready to start questioning everything, and to simply say f*ck it--or whatever words you choose to use, when something in life no longer serves you. It will help you become more aware of the choices you make, and your responsibility as an architect of your life, not its victim.
F*ck the Bucket List helps you realize that this is a time to listen to the whispers of your soul. As the Universe insists: Letting go means making space for your wildest creations. Come discover the wonder of you.

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Tags: Change Management, Future of Work

Dear CEO
Thinkers50
October 24, 2017
This collection of specially-commissioned letters offers clear, calming and concise advice from across the spectrum of current leadership thinking. Written by respected business thinkers around the world, these 50 letters provide guidance, wisdom and personal insight into the particular challenges facing the business world today and anyone in a senior position. Contributors include high-profile thought leaders.

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Tags: Culture, Future of Work, Leadership

Our Journey to Corporate Sanity
Param Media
January 01, 2017
The prevailing mindset in business, which values profit above well-being and the environment that sustains us, is insane. Creating a healthy, humane world requires more than new organizational models that merely shift the deck chairs on a sinking ship. We need to entirely re-imagine the nature of business, work, and life. In Our Journey to Corporate Sanity, Ayelet Baron guides us through transformational stories from leading business pioneers who share how they are profitably creating a beautiful and humane world. We can draw from their collective wisdom to help us chart our own journey to a new mindset of 21st century leadership.

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Tags: Future of Work, Leadership, Social

2 Media Interviews
This Ex-CSO of Cisco Took Off to the Amazon Rainforest and Discovered a New Calling
eShe
April 14, 2021
Ayelet Baron has been described as a force of nature when it comes to envisioning a more humane world. A former corporate honcho who has worked in global boardrooms in Silicon Valley, London and Singapore, she touched the pinnacle of her career as chief strategy and innovation officer at Cisco, Canada.

And then, Ayelet jumped off the regular grid of ‘success’ and charted her own path. She went on to win an award for her book trilogy, F*ck the Bucket List, based on her own learnings, and is listed among Forbes’ top 50 global female futurists.

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Tags: Change Management

CXBuzz Interview With Ayelet Baron Forbes 50 Global Female Futurists
CXBuzz
March 11, 2021
The three most important currencies of our time are trust, relationships, and community. When we have a shared purpose, we see our humanity in each other, and we can have excellent relationships with all people—the people who work with us, the people who buy our products and services, the people who help us get our products and services to the market, the people who live in the communities we serve, and the people who care about what we create in the world. But you need to treat your customers and employees as co-creators of your business and bring teams together to achieve your highest goals. That is what 2020 showed us and is paving the way to 2021 and beyond.

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Tags: Change Management, CRM, Future of Work

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4 Article/Blogs
Is It Time to Step into Your Power?
Thinkers360
August 02, 2021
I learned about social norms when I was 15 years old in a sociology class in school. I remember the teacher telling us that we must follow the acceptable societal practices that are deemed “normal.” He then proceeded to teach us about bureaucracy and red tape when it comes to dealing with large institutions.
 
Reading the assigned articles made me scratch my head. The first question I asked myself is, why do most people want to follow? And the second question that popped into my mind was who is this body called society that determines what is normal?
 
You see, I have never fit in a day in my life. I have never wanted to play the game. But like much of people in society, I had to adorn masks and push back who I really was when no one was looking or judging.
 
“When I think back on all the crap I learned in high school It’s a wonder I can think at all.“ Simon and Garfunkel
 
The biggest life lessons I received in high school were not through formal classes. Like many before me, and behind me, I failed biology at 15 because I would not succumb to my teacher’s advances. My teacher was also the vice principal of my school and he was in the military and threatened to kill me if I whispered an ounce of what transpired. I could never tell anyone why I had such disdain for the sciences and what they represented to me, especially since I got into trouble for failing biology because I would not comply. There were no words at the time to explain what was going on and it was a young student versus an authority figure who fought in a war.
 
When it happened to me again when I was a graduate student, I spoke out. I had found the courage to take action, and then many others came out of hiding and he was fired from the university. It even hit the newspapers. At that point, I knew that if I did nothing, it will happen to others and I felt a responsibility to younger people. I had learned the burden of silence.
 
It took awhile for my voice to emerge and for me to understand that the big lessons came from the school of life. They were unstructured with no lesson plan and required you to forget all the crap that was put in your head since there were no classes being taught on reality.
 
When you start peeling back the veils of reality that you were taught, you can see with new eyes, you can start realizing how powerful you truly can be. And it is up to you to put down the manual of how life is supposed to be so you can discover all that has always been here, waiting for you to discover.
 
Last night my neighbor came over with a genuine act of kindness. He saw something that was needed to be done in the house the last time he was here and without being asked, he brought his tools and fixed it. In exchange, we sat and talked for a few hours. This never happened when I lived in the big city. No one simply dropped by, and never to simply help; everything was planned and calculated. And I rarely knew my neighbors when I lived in big cities, beyond pleasantries. The societal norms in the big city also came with big invisible walls that kept us separated. I really did not know the beauty of neigbors until I moved to a very small town.
 
My neighbor and I started talking about how situations and people come into our lives to teach us. And only when we are ready. Fear, stress and worry are on the menu every day, ready to be put into action by those who want to carry their burden with them. The hardest work one ever does throughout their life does not include a pay check or a formal change management plan. The hardest work is how you choose to respond to what is on the menu of life. What you give weight to.
 
And here is the biggest lesson I learned. We have learned to seek and crave answers before asking questions. I can sit here and type the 3–5 ways that can lead you to nirvana but 1) I don’t know you; 2) I don’t know what your perception of Nirvana is; and 3) I don’t want to waste your life.
 
You have always and still do hold the keys
 
We have become so addicted to prescriptions; whether they come from a bottle or a self-proclaimed guru or mystic who rarely practices what they tell others is the path or the rules of success. They may even write award winning books about it and fill your head on how they are the authority but the truth is real and it is that no one really knows. No one knows you and what makes you tick under all those masks.
These constructs and systems that we have today are mostly broken. We are in this mess in the world because we have been conditioned to lead with structure instead of remembering why we are here. And my take on it all is that we were not created to suffer throughout our life. It is optional when we have clarity of purpose.
 
As you become more conscious and start living in awareness, you start taking your power back; and only when you are ready. You no longer have a need to blame the system and go out and protest or be outraged. Sure, you may feel that is the only way out by doing something. And that is honorable. But start asking yourself some tough questions about the broken system. I did. I saw with new eyes that the social norms are to protest, blame the other and be outraged, which changes nothing in this century.
 
We need new thinking and ancient thinking and questions to go out and build constructs that work for the 21st century. As I wrote in my first book, Creating a healthy, humane world requires more than new models that shift the deck chairs on a sinking ship. It takes entirely rethinking the nature of business, work, and life.
What are your questions? What would you do and where would you be if no one was looking?
 
There is no else apart from each of us to put down the manual and learn what makes us tick. It’s personal.
All I do know is that our world needs healthy, conscious 21st leaders for our time. And we can control the volume and the channel when we wake up to reality.

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Tags: Diversity and Inclusion, Leadership

How to Lead from Your Heart
Thinkers360
May 30, 2021

We have learned to not only seek knowledge and love outside ourselves, but we have also been conditioned to trust others before truly trusting our hearts. It is not surprising since we have learned from a very early age to live from our minds when our opportunity is to listen to the whispers of our hearts and integrate them with a healthy mindset.

The new age gurus will tell you that this is a time to move from your mind to your heart, but the truth is that the journey we are on right now is learning to listen to our heart and become healthy — mind, body and soul.

We have been conditioned to think that someone outside ourselves has our answers or holds our power. So many of us want to belong and be part of something bigger than ourselves. I’ve heard people say that they would be able to know right away if they were being recruited into a cult or someone’s scheme. But often, those of us who believe we are too smart to get sucked in are enticed by promises of self-improvement and a supportive community. In fact, over two-thirds of cult members are brought in by a family member or a friend who is deemed trustworthy.

When someone offers a front row seat to the secrets of the universe, anyone seeking answers can be tempted. And the seduction of being loved and cared for is what most are seeking. Anyone who has been in an abusive relationship has come into contact with an insidious liar and their trickster energy — someone pretending to be the exact opposite of their truth. Once you can clearly see the manipulation and deceit that is happening, you can start addressing the wounds and going to the root cause of your seduction. It takes a lot of compassion, self-reflection, and curiosity to heal ourselves.

Until we become aware of our seductions, the same type of people or experiences or bosses will come into our path. The first step is understanding and becoming aware of what and who can hook you into their story. And question everything from not just our mind, but your deep inner knowing. Listening deeply and questioning are key to unraveling and rewilding yourself. No one has your answers.

Inner work involves healthy doses of undoing and unraveling. Flow is key as we tap into the intelligence of nature. We can choose to fight the wave and let it hit us with thousands of ripples of pain, or we can teach ourselves to ride the wave by Trusting the Currents. Each one of us has screwed up along the way and trusted people who were toxic to our well-being. It doesn’t mean that we must stay in our own prison when our opportunity is to learn and grow at our own pace.

The best revenge is no revenge; the best revenge is living well by learning to understand that our energy and attention are our most valuable assets, and how we invest and use them is up to us. It takes forgiveness of ourselves and courage to find our own path in our own way. Otherwise, we simply relive our history over and over with reruns and sequels of the same story.

Rumi, the thirteenth-century Persian poet, reminds us that “everyone has been made for some particular work, and the desire for that work has been put in our heart.” You choose whether you’re facing opportunities or challenges. You can create peace within yourself or you can war with yourself and those around you. When you imagine from the heart, you become aware that everything begins with a single thought in your mind. You have the ability, on your own or in a community, to imagine and create.

Many of us have cried, screamed, judged, blamed, and pointed fingers of shame. But once we take back our power through pursuing inner work, we can no longer remain victims. We can no longer afford to hide. The only path we can take is forward, accepting that we have the power to guide ourselves by following our hearts, which beat in harmony with the universe.

Most of us have been encouraged to be a good person to others — and yet, similarly, most of us have never been encouraged to be kind, gentle, and compassionate with ourselves in a pure and loving way. We’re now faced with an opportunity to shift our stories, and shed the lifelong practices handed down to us by society and our ancestors.

We have an opportunity to become increasingly aware of what drives someone and how that truly impacts us. “One must shed the bad taste of wanting to agree with many. ‘Good’ is no longer good when one’s neighbor mouths it. And how should there be a ‘common good’! The term contradicts itself: whatever can be common always has little value. In the end it must be as it is and always has been great things remain for the great, abysses for the profound, nuances and shudders for the refined, and, in brief, all that is rare for the rare,” writes Friedrich Nietzsche in Beyond Good and Evil.

Despite all the success stories we hear, more people are becoming aware that everyone has a story. We can either succumb to be a victim or we can understand that we can control how we choose to respond and show up in our lives. What matters is what action we take: do we remain stuck in our past, or release ourselves by choosing a different path that may be unknown but healthier for us?

You hold great power and an inner ability to navigate your life. The noise and chaos in the external world continues to increase but the true question is whether you are able to trust yourself and let go of deep seeded fear, sadness, or anger. It’s okay to feel into each emotion but freedom comes when you learn to let them pass through you. When you hold on to the past with everything you have, you will experience more of the same. The unknown can be frightening or exhilarating. By breaking through false safety nets and entering uncharted waters, you reclaim your power and freedom. Letting go means making space for your wildest creations.

Leadership is not outside yourself, and it’s your time to understand that you don’t need false prophets, leaders, or profits to have a full life. It’s time for health-conscious souls to take our place in history and step into our power. It’s our time to create a healthy life, and world.

You have a wealth of information to understand and claim from your own heart. All you are being asked to do is listen and question. Unlike lava, which spurts from a volcano and never holds back its pure eruptions, we have been trained to keep our feelings, thoughts, and desires inside ourselves. Do you feel a need to hold back or can you start releasing?

The cracks we are witnessing in the world are like cracks in the hardened arteries of the human heart. Can you feel the fracturing of the world and the unmasking of who you truly are at the heart of it all?

Each of us is on our own unique journey, and once we discover our own wonder and have the courage to trek into the unknown, we can begin to explore what’s truly in our heart and find others who share our passion for whatever sparks us. It could be starting a garden or forming something to ignite the imagination of children. Though you believe in what you’re creating, you’ll meet many people who will laugh at you or judge you, and it will be up to you to keep going, by lifting yourself up and not taking on the fears of anyone else.

F*ck the Bucket List Trilogy is dedicated to anyone ready for a journey of a lifetime. This post weaves excerpts from the three books.

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Tags: Future of Work, HR, Leadership

Leading from the Heart
Thinkers360
December 09, 2020
Conscious leaders are the light that shines on others, not to dominate or control others, but to help us ignite our own inner light and become a leader as well, so that we can find our higher purpose that drives connections, communication, and relationships. Conscious leaders are not perfect, but we are willing to go through the challenging process of transformation to become more whole. We are more likely to be giving, vulnerable, compassionate, and inspiring, though we will not necessarily possess all such traits.

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Tags: Leadership

What is Your Moment of Truth in 2020 and Beyond?
Thinkers360
December 08, 2020
Perhaps what December 2020 is really asking from us is to be open to let go of what has outlived its usefulness, because when we become aware of death, we simultaneously open the door to birth. And that is where we find ourselves right now, enter It takes work, and at some point, you make a sacrifice of your old self to birth a new world and emerge aligned to your true nature, and nature itself. The process of transformation is a death and a birth. They are one. They are interconnected in flow. The Zen Japanese term shoji means birth-death. There is no separation between life and death other than a hyphen that connects the two. You cannot truly be alive without being aware of death. Death is always with us, helping us to discover what matters most and serves as a teacher of letting go.

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Tags: Change Management

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