A few weeks ago I was talking with Jim Vaive, Six Seconds North America Regional Network Co-Director, about people and life. We get together from time to time to wax philosophical and solve the worlds problems...at least in our minds. Jim used the term "light-bringer" and it stuck in my mind. What would mean to be a light bringer? Is it a lot of work? Is there adequate ROE (return on effort)? Are there others out there? Do they know it? What would the job description look like?
Help Wanted: We need an experienced Light Bringer to join our growing team!
See yourself, your team, your family, and the world as it is and not the way you want it to be...and love them all anyway
Engage others without judgment, shaming, blaming, or fixing
Build up and not tear down
Provide space and safety for others to learn, innovate, and grow as a human beings
Seek out hard, uncomfortable, messy, emotional...and transformational conversations
Have a poorly defined sense of failure
Find, develop, and support other Light Bringers
If you're interested in this role, you are hired and you can start immediately...with your next conversation!
Let's all lock arms and hold back the darkness!