Navy SEALs are some of the toughest human beings on the planet. Their training is brutal. Their war experiences even more so. What can we learn from them as leaders?
War stories: experiencing the warrior life
Warrior mindset: books that take us through the primal high performance mind
Fit as a SEAL: workouts and mindset training from the super elite
Adventure is an essential aspect of being a Boundless Leader - to explore new horizons keeps us in growth and contribution. Yet not all journeys need to be physical. There are 3 journeys you can explore to expand your capacity as a leader.
Insights from the Jatbula trail
What focus we need as Boundless Leaders
How do you ‘spend’ a day?
Camp is not a ‘thing’ in Australia. And it totally should be! Daniel Levine, entrepreneur in the tech and legal space, has been hosting a unique and powerful tech community event since 2015. He’s got a great philosophy when it comes to creating meaningful connections - a great way to be a boundless leader.
The recipe for great connections and a meaningful event: it starts with the premise, “Attendee first”, and “Disconnect to connect”.
Best tips include: no name tags, no VIP break outs, speakers stay for the entire event, all inclusive ticket, and choose your own adventure.
All we can do as leaders is “set the table”, do that right, and things progress well.
Ever find yourself doing something you know is bad for you? Could be food, staying up late, drinking one too many gin and tonics...We’ve all got an inner saboteur. Here’s how to rein it in and get rest, back on track.
How to tighten up your red line so you’re not driving on empty
Know your red flags to stop the downward spiral
4 steps to re-set that are completely do-able and will get you back on track, fast!
Want to play a bigger game? How about being part of a community of game changers? Of folks who want to create great cultures? Of leaders who want to make a big difference and contribution? Here are some insights of what you need to believe in order to make a bigger impact.
What a transexual person’s story can mean for the future of humanity
The four beliefs you need to know in order to craft your leadership focus
Why stories matter
Being lonely sucks. We can be surrounded by people and feel completely alone. Community matters! Here’s how we can create it.
Three levels of community participation.
What separates leaders from participants and why it’s not all that altruistic.
The currencies we gain from each level of participation.
Business is personal. Small business REALLY so. Business Coach Master Al Ramos shares:
5 critical factors for business success
Why money is not the best motivator for staff
How to build reward schemes that build engagement
General Manager of SitePoint Simon Julian shares:
How to create and maintain a high performing team, a boundless team, when you are on the leading edge of IT development
Challenges ahead for the ICT sector
3 books that changed his perspective on life, work, and leadership
Comey's book is not just about his take on Trump. It also reveals:
Higher Loyalty - it's not loyalty to the person but to values
Listening as a push-pull experience for greater understanding
You need to be confident enough to be humble
Many leaders work with me on their productivity. It’s a fundamental for leading Self and essential to master if we are going to expand our impact. Getting stuff done, the RIGHT stuff is every leader’s challenge.
This interview offers these highlights:
What people get wrong with productivity
Why projects are fundamental to business success and great workplace cultures
How the modern resume will list projects not just workplaces as indicators of professional nous and contribution
How to use projects to build habits
The inner game of productivity
How to build projects in to your personal life
What an Ishaya monk’s vows can do for productivity and quality of life