Inner Passage facilitates adventure learning to connect individuals with their leadership potential in their professional and personal lives. We employ adventure to create purpose, authenticity, and passion both professionally and personally. Our motivational speaking, team building, and professional development coaching connects the lessons learned from adventuring in the worlds most difficult environments to the challenges and opportunities in our professional and personal lives.
My friend Steven Foreman just finished my new speaking reel. I’m super pleased with how it turned out. I wanted to give a more intimate view of my personality and perspective and Steven nailed it.
If you have thought about bringing me in to speak for your event, now is the time to do it. I have cut my available speaking dates in half this year. It is part of an intentional strategy to stay closer to home and continue to build community and put my core values into action. I will only be engaging in a handful of international and out of state events the remainder of this year, let’s connect directly to discuss your specific needs.
I feel a bit like an old man curmudgeon. Harking back to a simpler time. Pining for the days pre-tether.
I’m no luddite. I am not a technophobe in the least. I just feel the pain and sadness of the technology tether frequently.
Technology has made sure we almost never part ways with it. Apps and online tools connect us in a way that engages and enriches our lives – it also distracts and cheapens our lives and experiences. We are bombarded by distraction. Bombarded. Read More
Adventure and routine? Seems an unlikely combination.
Adventure doesn’t come easy. It can’t be bought or prepackaged and delivered. Adventure demands full engagement and all the trials and tribulations that come with it; there is a cost. For those willing to fully engage, the cost of admission is worth every dollar, the sweat equity, and the mental and emotional challenge.
The key to reaching your High Endeavor goals is sustainability. How do you sustain the vision and keep your eye on the prize when you are tested and ‘tolerance for adversity’ feels like a platitude? The answer is simple, yet the application of this simple answer is a lifetime of work: routines. Read More