There’s a good chance that you are sick of people regurgitating the next cool thing. Things like; we have to be more transparent, more vulnerable, more diverse, more inclusive, and yes, we’ve got to lean into failure more. But what does that really mean?

Let’s find out together.

Our guest today is Adam Kreek. Adam is a two-time Olympian. He holds 60 international medals, including Olympic Gold and multiple hall of fame inductions. Adam made the first-ever attempt to row unsupported across the Atlantic Ocean from Africa to America, the subject of the NBC Dateline Documentary, Capsized.

Adam is a bestselling author of, The Responsibility Ethic, which teaches us the how of self-leadership, driving personal and professional results in individuals and organizations.

Today, Adam Kreek is one of North America’s top Executive Business Coaches, who specializes in leadership development and strategic planning. He has degrees and certifications from Stanford University, UBC Sauder School of Business, and Queen’s Smith School of Business. Adam is also a guest lecturer at the University of Victoria and teaches strategies and skills of self-leadership, leadership, high performance and perseverance to corporate and government teams globally, through keynotes and workshops.

Adam has coached, trained and taught hundreds of thousands of people, including teams at Microsoft, General Electric, Mercedes-Benz, L’Oréal, Shell, YPO, and EO. Most importantly, Adam walks the talk. As an entrepreneur, Adam runs two small corporations, Kreek Speak Business Solutions and Ergo Eco Solutions, a low carbon initiative that connects small businesses with small governments. On top of all that, Adam Kreek is a TEDx Speaker.

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The 4 Practical stepping stones You can use right now to let go of failure
The power of Moving Reflection and Primal Scream
Separating Facts from Feelings
Life as a Troubled Kid
Math-lete to Athlete
When Someone sees you in a way you never saw yourself