Originally Posted by dancer
Conscious Leadership is a very interesting topic. I was inspired and curious about what you wrote in the Coaching and Consultations discussion. A book would compliment your consulting work and also reach out to individuals and smaller businesses. I would definitely be excited about reading it. Coaching and Consultations (Blog)
If not your next book, please consider it for a future book.
Yeah, I was just thinking today that Steve really has many of the traits of a leader. He refines his message through iterative blogging and inspires us with clarity. Clarity is the tool of a leader.
Leading consciously is a whole other issue, but Steve's certainly competent at it. Not sure if you could consider him to be an authority, though.
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Another book idea I had was one on purpose. But perhaps Steve isn't an expert there, either (although he has been living his purpose for a while).
I think people need aid in discovering their purpose, or rather, aligning with a state which makes it easy for them to discover their purpose.
I'd certainly buy such a book, even if I did know my purpose, simply because I feel it'd have some useful best practices and inspiring examples. I think such a book would have mass market appeal. We really need a smart person treatment of the subject of purpose in a way that addresses the entire issue, not just an exercise that will work only when you have a certain amount of ducks in the row. Why have a purpose, preparation for discovery, discovering your purpose, honing your purpose, implementing your purpose into all life areas, blocks to living your purpose, etc.
I know there is already Bad Swifts Life On Purpose book, but I think there's room for a smart people approach to this subject, especially as it relates to truth, love, and power. TL&P are the keys to making anything Steve writes very unique and interesting, and as such, valuable.