A circle of true leaders

I’ve been reflecting on leadership lately. True leadership. Not the occupation of a ‘leadership role’. Not a form of dominance masquerading as leadership. No, true leadership which draws from a place of deep knowing. Knowing the value of oneself. (In the way a child knows and claims how remarkable they are, before the adults in their lives teach them to suppress such knowledge.)

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Feminist writer, visibility coach. I support women to be more visible by releasing the social conditioning that keeps us hidden. www.theschoolofvisibility.com

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Samantha Nolan-Smith

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Feminist writer, visibility coach. I support women to be more visible by releasing the social conditioning that keeps us hidden. www.theschoolofvisibility.com

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