Walk Your Talk

Have you ever done something that was scary, but also exhilarating?  Forced you to let down your defenses and barriers?  Put you at personal risk, tested your courage and ability to truly ‘walk your talk’? 

If you have, then you understand how personally fulfilling and life-changing it can be.  And if you have not, I highly recommend that you put yourself out there and give it go.  The experience can take many different forms and happen through different kinds of experiences – the latest one for me has been to write a book. 

It is finished and about to be published.  I am terrified, excited and thrilled all at the same time.

How do you challenge yourself to be and to become your best self – and to ‘walk your talk’?   It’s a life long journey and we do not always succeed, but it’s about the doing of it – and the learning from it – that matters. Through the experience of writing this book, I’ve learned a great deal more about myself and others than I could have imagined.  I am grateful for the new knowledge, the mistakes, the joys and the lessons and am taking them forward into every day and with every step.   What are you doing to challenge yourself and ‘walk your talk’?  Find what works for you and give it a go. The rewards are priceless.

Most Recent


By Roxanne Kau
August 01, 2017 Category: #Prolaureate, #leadership, #i3leadership, #theleadershipchallenge

Genuine leadership is defined by heart, integrity, honesty, courage, compassion and those many intangible qualities of being and creating the most authentic person and leader that resides within each one of us. It takes time, awareness, knowledge and purpose to build our inner leadership and leadership in others. And, it takes grit. It requires a willingness to be vulnerable and show our true selves to the world; strength to speak our mind clearly and with confidence; empathy and compassion for ourselves and others while staying strong and determined; and the focus, faith and belief to do what we know is right even when it is the most difficult thing to do. Its a fascinating journey and one I have traveled for decades. The further I go, the more I realize how much I still need to learn and experience. It seems like just when I reach a new level of self-awareness, something comes into my life that reminds me I still have much to learn and many more levels to ascend. Exciting? Yes.

Improv Is No Joke

By Roxanne Kaufman Elliot
July 27, 2017 Category: #improvisnojoke, #neverwearred, #RoxanneKaufmanElliott, #Prolaureate, #leadership, #i3leadership, #theleadershipchallenge, #Roxtalks

A few weeks ago I had the fantastic opportunity to be interviewed by Peter Margaritis for his podcast, Improv Is No Joke. The interview was a blast, and we got into detail on some topics Im really passionate about: How The Leadership Challenge can transform cultures Why leadership needs love How i3 executive training develops exemplary leaders You can find my interview on any of the following: petermargaritis.com, Google Play, iTunes, or Stitcher. Comment below and let me know what you think. Happy listening!

General (12)
Leadership (5)
Growth (4)
#Prolaureate (3)
#theleadershipchallenge (3)
#i3leadership (3)
#leadership (3)
Motivation (1)
#Roxtalks (1)
#neverwearred (1)
#RoxanneKaufmanElliott (1)
#improvisnojoke (1)
NeverWearRed (1)
Affirmation (1)
Strategy (1)
Attitude (1)
Leaders (1)
+ Show More
© , ProLaureate.com Powered by Virteom Virteom Logo