If you have ever aspired to step into a leadership role, or consider yourself a leader but want to do it better, you’re going to love this week’s conversation. I’m speaking with Traci Ruble, a therapist, public speaker, and CEO of multiple projects. We’re talking about redefining what leadership really means, how to truly listen, and why both are so important in human life. Traci has such a unique process in getting onstage, from concept to delivery and post-review. It’s all about giving yourself permission, working through the imposter syndrome, and noticing when you feel most embodied.
We also talk about the importance of relationships as leaders, with our tribes, our partners, and with those we lead and work with. Traci has learned valuable ways of ensuring that she and others feel supported, to combat the loneliness as well as honor our existence. Deep listening is a big piece of that, but I love the way that Traci redefines what listening really means. This truly is the Practice of Being Seen.
Resources Referenced in this Episode:
James Hillman’s book and concept, The Soul Code
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