Angela Kambouris speaks our language. As a business leader and coach with more than 20 years in the field of vulnerability and trauma, she’s “super passionate about unlocking human potential” and developing courageous leaders. The keys listed here, borrowed from her Thrive Global Journal post will sound familiar to the Unbridled family…with a renewed ring of truth and a timely call to action.
“Love hard. Lead fearlessly.”
Share knowledge from a place of giving.
Serve from a place of love and compassion.
Connect with the hearts and minds of people.
Speak to people about their ideas, dreams, and aspirations.
Lead with an open heart and let your rawness shine through.
Step up and take responsibility when things go wrong or right.
Foster innovation, inspire creativity, and give all the credit away.
“You matter. Everybody matters. Together we thrive.”
Grow your people and your business will grow, too.
Magnify individuality and promote individual strengths.
Share a collective vision without losing sight of individual value.
Forge new territory and graciously bring everyone along with you.
Create a culture of connection and a transformative environment.
Embrace deeper conversations that magnify the greatness of people.
“Transform you, transform the world.”
Cultivate a belief that anything is possible.
Stand raw and real, irrespective of circumstances.
Step into the inner quest to unravel what it means to be a leader.
Stand in a place of power and give everything to gain the trust of others.
Understand who you are, what you care about, and why you do what you do.
Rediscover your values, beliefs, strengths, and unique DNA that creates a blueprint for others.
Be the observer of what can be…the collaborator that achieves results, the commitment leader, the generator of goodwill.
The essence of life and leadership is about being who you are when you show up for the people who surround you.
It is your presence in the conversation. The deep listening that establishes connection and builds trust. The courage to love with all our hearts in the hardest of circumstances. To stand up, one at a time — whether it be at home, in the workplace, or in the community — voices raised in awareness, bleeding for change, and harnessing how we serve each other.
Couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Now, on with the business of unlocking the courage to live it out loud.