Be the Leader You Want to Have




We’re in the middle of a crisis on top of a crisis, on top of a crisis. Many of us look to our leaders in times like these—to guide us and give us answers. But if you’re not getting answers you like, it’s time for YOU to step up and be the leader you wish you had. 

It’s time for you to be a passionate, purposeful, powerful and peaceful voice for change.

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Books mentioned in this episode

How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi 
Print | Kindle | Audiobook

The Myth of Equality by Ken Wytsma 
Print | Kindle | Audiobook

White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo
Print | Kindle | Audiobook

Resources + links

My goal with this episode was simply this: to inspire you to take action towards the betterment of the world; and to do so in whichever way YOU can.

Whether that’s through participating in the political process to vote people you disagree with out of office, or using your platform, or writing a book, or volunteering, or simply having an open discussion about race relations with your social circle. 

The best example I’ve seen of someone using their platform to propel a cause forward is Dave Chappelle’s “8:46” special released by Netflix on June 11th, 2020.

I’ve included the video for you below.


8:46 – Dave Chappelle

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