2015 in review


The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 140,000 times in 2015. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 6 days for that many people to see it.

Click here to see the complete report.

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What is Your Soul’s Mission for the New Year?


The Shift Leadership Roundtable
A virtual workshop to take your soul’s mission to the next level.
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Saturday December 5, 2015 10amPST/1pmEST (tune in or get the recording)
Are you called to play a bigger role in the Great Work of our day — to shift our culture to one that is conscious, sustainable and creative?

Are you already working on a world-changing initiative or business and need to take your leadership to the next level so you can have more impact and success?

Do you want to lead in a way that is heart-centered and effective, philanthropic and profitable, spiritually-based and practical?

Then you will want to attend the first-ever Shift Leadership Roundtable to receive expert advice, deep inspiration, practical next steps and grounded strategies from 8 respected leaders. Regardless of whether you’re working with a large team of people or solo and in the early stages of developing a company, non-profit or a lifelong dream.

The essence of 21st century leadership is a capacity to really unlock your full potential. This requires access to your masculine AND feminine aspects, your head AND heart and your soul AND practical skills to embody your mission.

It’s about bringing your unique artistry into change leadership as well as your no-nonsense business self and your genius for inspiring and managing people.

As you do this, you become a compelling leader that others can trust and get behind. Sharing your vision, raising money and organizing teams — it all becomes easier and more fruitful because you’ve tethered your work to a larger vision. You speak the truth of your mission, touching people at a soul level.
This is the kind of leadership needed to change the world. And you don’t have to sacrifice your health and well-being in the process. You can learn to lead in a way that is both personally fulfilling, financially abundant, and philanthropic.

In this 3-hour free workshop, you can learn from some of the most respected leadership experts in the world: Jean Houston has trained leaders in over 108 countries. Monica Sharma was a top trainer at the United Nations for leaders. Marianne Williamson has led a new generation of spiritually-based political change agents. Tim Kelley works with billionaires, CEOs and government ministers committed to leading with purpose. Sherri Lassila and Susan Cannon have designed leadership training programs for the highest level of conscious leadership around. And Stephen Dinan has built a global company that has touched 650,000 lives and has customers in 140 countries.
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The 8 leadership experts at this virtual roundtable will distill their wisdom in profound dialogues that also focus on practical insights and next steps for you.

You’ll learn:

  • How to integrate your full Self into your leadership
  • How to monetize your mission without selling out
  • Best practices of conscious leaders for inner development
  • Ways to use the arts to open up new capacities in the people you lead
  • How to speak from your heart so that you touch and motivate others.
  • This free event is designed for you if you’re committed to being a leader and ready to make your next level of contribution with an initiatives business or nonprofit that aims to significantly better our world.
    And please feel free to invite other leaders to this complimentary event!

    You will also learn about the exciting launch of the Shift Leadership Academy — a yearlong program with the best leaders and methods to help you fulfill your potential as a leader and make a greater impact.

    Check it out Right Here and see if your Soul is Quickened!

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    Hope to see you there!
    Melissa Leath http://www.melisaleath.com