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Syndication

About 5 years ago, I was burnt out from my startup and not really sure how my budding interest in my consciousness evolution really jibed with my life setup.

My co-founder had recommended the 15 Commitments of Consciousness Leadership and in my desperation, I decided to give it a whirl.

From the minute I started reading the book, I couldn’t put it down. So many of the ideas and concepts were illuminating things in my experience that I didn’t really have the world to articulate.

Since that point in time, I’ve become a huge advocate of Conscious Leadership and all the work that the creators of the book the Conscious Leadership Group does.

Today I have the great honor of hosting Diana Chapman on the show. Diana is one of the founding Partner’s of CLG and authors of the 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership.

I have admired Diana and her work for a long time. Whenever anyone asks me about the connecting consciousness and spirituality to the business world, my default answer is to point people to all the work of the Conscious Leadership Group. They have a beautiful ability to translate concepts and practices that pull from deep wisdom into the business world in a way that enhances connection, creativity, and engagement.

For full show notes: https://blog.scottbritton.me/s/evolutionfm-podcast

Direct download: EvoFM_-_Diana_Chapman_-_Second_Draft.m4a
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“The nervous system of the organization reflects the nervous system of the CEO or leader.”

When today’s guest shared this quote with me, the truth behind it almost knocked me off my seat!

At one point inner work seemed like some nebulous nice to have in the business world.

Increasingly, cultivating attributes like emotional fluidity, somatic intelligence and awareness are becoming a competitive advantage. 

If you want to perform at your best and amplify the work of the people around you, this type of work needs to be a priority.

Today’s guest Franziska Gonder coaches higher performing founders, CEOs, and investors on how to become embodied leaders so they can reach their full potential. 

The ways leaders have traditionally operated have gotten us thus far and I think we all can agree, we need to evolve the way we do things if we want to move towards a more prosperous and harmonious world.

For full show notes: https://blog.scottbritton.me/s/evolutionfm-podcast

Direct download: Franziska_Gonder_-_EvoFM_-_First_Draft_1.m4a
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Once upon a time I was a biohacker.

I measured my biomarkers every quarter, performed targeted nutrition protocols, tracked my HRV, sauna’d, plunged, and even sunned my balls in front of red light each morning to increase my testosterone.

I guess I experienced some benefit from all these activities, but it all kind of became less interesting once I began understanding and focusing on my consciousness.

I started to realize and experience first hand that the information in my consciousness is what created and drove the functioning of the body. 

It’s not to say that the physical stuff wasn’t important, but it just felt less primary relative to the ways in which my emotions, beliefs, consciousness patterns, and the concepts I held around the way the body worked impacted my experience.

The truth is both inputs matter. 

It just feels like we live in a society that puts far more emphasis on the nutrition we feed ourselves a few times a day, relative to the information we’re constantly feeding ourselves. 

Today’s guest David Hamilton is someone that hopes to change that. 

David was once a biologist developing drugs in the pharmaceutical industry. He became fascinated by the placebo effect and the mind’s power to influence the body. Eventually, his conviction and interest in the mind-body connection became so strong that he decided needed to leave the pharma industry.

For full show notes: https://blog.scottbritton.me/s/evolutionfm-podcast

Direct download: David_Hamilton_-_First_Draft.m4a
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Will I lose all ambition if I really go all in on my self awareness and spiritual journey? 

Is having ambition compatible with my continuous growth?

If I really go all in on this inner work thing and I am going to be POOR AND UNSUCCESSFUL!?

You’re essentially reading the monologue that replayed in my head in the early days of my consciousness journey.

The short answer to these questions: no.

Transformation can often be accompanied by polarized thinking.

For example, maybe at one point in our lives we were incredibly ambitious thinking getting things outside ourselves was going to solve all our problems. Eventually, we get the things, feel a transient sense of well-being, and realize the inherent conditionality and hollowness to this approach. At this point, we may swing in the other direction becoming obsessed with inner work while believing that anything that resembles your previous paradigm like ambition is bad or incompatible. 

This is just a misconception created by polarized thinking.

How to find harmony between aligned ambition and self discovery is the core idea in today’s conversation with Joe Hudson. If you don’t know Joe, he is the founder of The Art of Accomplishment and executive coach to many well known entrepreneurs you’ve probably heard of.

For full show notes: https://blog.scottbritton.me/s/evolutionfm-podcast

 

Direct download: EvoFM_-_JoeHudson_-_Second_Draft_2.m4a
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Some people get into the deep exploration of spirituality and gravitate towards a reclusive experience. 

This never resonated with me.

I was always interested in pursuing a deep inner exploration while simultaneously engaging life fully. This path leads you to life unfolding becoming the primary teacher. 

I find myself attracted to people who have a similar disposition.

Today’s guest Peter Corbett is one of those people. After selling his last business to the world’s largest publicly traded marketing services company, Peter Corbett decided it was time to go sit in a Zen monastery. 

Since then he has taken on roles such as coach, meditation teacher, spiritual caregiver, and community builder to name a few. I wanted to have Peter on the show because he’s a unique combination of someone with tremendous business success that has also gone to profound depths on the spiritual path. I also don’t have a ton of direct experience studying Zen and thought it’d be fun to go there with Peter.

In this conversation, we explore his experience with the Zen tradition and how he has helped himself and others integrate its wisdom into everyday life to improve well-being and fulfillment. 

For full show notes: https://blog.scottbritton.me/s/evolutionfm-podcast

 

Direct download: EvoFM_-_Peter_Corbett_-_First_Draft_1.m4a
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