My guest this week, Ariane de Bonvoisin has led a fascinating life. After attending London’s School of Economics and Stanford Business School, she had a prosperous business career in the media industry based in New York City. Ten years into her career her heart started calling her elsewhere. She wrote the book, The First 30 Days: How to Deal with and Go Through Change and built a company to support it. Again, her spirit told her she had a different path to follow so she started a spiritual journey which took her around the globe where she met her husband. She has written three spiritual books for children and is an Entrepreneur in Residence at the TED offices in New York.
My book, Bring Your Whole Self to Work: How Vulnerability Unlocks Creativity, Connection and Performance comes out officially May 1, 2018, but you can pre-order it now.
[4:23] What does the phrase ‘bring your whole self to work’ mean to Ariane?
[5:31] After a career in finance, Ariane ventured out to find her true self.
[13:03] Liberating ourselves from our parents and nurturing our inner child.
[20:26] Ariane’s soul was calling her to get back into her body.
[28:05] Living in South Africa forced Ariane to slow down.
[34:12] There was a lack of children’s books about spirituality so Ariane wrote three.
[49:02] Ariane will be an Entrepreneur in Residence at TED in NYC.
- You Are Loved
- Giggles & Joy
- Being You
You can create changes for yourself from anywhere. Changes have to happen inside. @ClickArianeClick to tweet
Uncomfortableness liberates emotions. It liberates answers. It liberates new things and new people. @ClickArianeClick to tweet