With humble gratitude, I want to extend my thanks to everyone who helped with the big Lead Without Followers book launch.
Below is a list of most of the interviews, reviews and posts that helped spread the word about this crucial alternative leadership philosophy — If I’ve missed any links in my list, I apologize, but you haven’t been forgotten I assure you!
AND NOW: Lead Without Followers Edition 1.02, re-polished and re-finished, is now officially in print! (If you’ve already purchased, you can redownload your copy of the book or email me your receipt to receive a free, freshly-updated edition of the book.)
The book is available in a variety of formats (softcover, Kindle, Nook, iPad and more) when you donate to my book tour fundraiser — and, even better, +70% of all funds raised will be donated to charity!
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Nate Damm walked across America.
This past spring, the 23-year-old Nate began walking in Delaware. Six months later, he reached the shores of San Fransisco, California.
I met Nate at the World Domination Summit in Portland, Oregon last June (he took a detour by car to visit the conference, before returning to his last point to keep walking).
Nate sat at a table of some awesome guys and girls at the conference’s after-party. I joined them, sat down, shook some hands and exchanged names and stories. I think it was Joel Runyon who introduced me to Nate, who sat unassumingly at the corner of the table.
It’s been a full week since the grand launch of my debut book, Lead Without Followers: How to Save Our World by Radically Redefining the Meaning of Leadership.
Many reflections, lessons and blog posts will follow on what I’ve learned and how it’s all panned out.
But today, I’m really excited to tell you about my small self-funded book tour and its IndieGoGo fundraiser with a very big cause: providing 10 educational scholarships for at-risk school girls in Sierra Leone, West Africa, through an amazing nonprofit organization called One Girl.
As of last week, I had a goal of
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It’s confession time. Over the last couple of weeks, I have felt like I’ve been sort of stumbling along.
My motivation has waned slightly. When people ask me what I’ve been doing lately, my response is a lackluster, “Ehhh… I don’t even know, just the usual stuff…”.
My to-do list dwindled and my project and adventure ideas were suddenly few and far between. This is simply a common occurrence for me: a natural ebb and flow of progress and regression, risking and reeling-it-in,…
“If you want to be a great leader, you must learn to follow the path. Stop trying to control. Let go of fixed plans and concepts, and the world will govern itself.” ~Lao Tsu
In the past month, a very informal blog post styled as a “speech I never gave” went viral — raking thousands of visitors in just 48 hours and becoming the site’s most popular piece ever.
Then, I decided to officially…
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