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434: Creating Radical Alignment To Come Out of LIfe’s Closets – Alexandra Jamieson & Bob Gower

Nothing is harder in any kind of relationship than having difficult conversations. They make us feel uneasy, scared, sometimes even disempowered. Now, what if you found a way, by becoming radically aligned, to get through big conversations, decisions, and some of the toughest moments of your life – would you jump at it? I think most of us would.

Today’s guests  Alexandra Jamieson and Bob Gower, are repeat podcast guests, who are here to guide us on how to become radically aligned when moving through difficult situations and conversations so that you can get better results and feel more supported. Whether you are coming out of the closet, considering a trip to the family, or trying to decide whether to end your relationship or keep it going, radical alignment is a powerful process to get you there with grace and ease.

About Alex and Bob

Alexandra Jamieson is a success mentor, life, and health coach to creative, professional women who want it all. She is the best-selling author of Women, Food & Desire, co-creator and co-star of the Oscar-nominated documentary Super Size Me, and highly-sought-after wellness expert.

Bob Gower helps organizations move faster, create better products, and become happier, more engaged places to work. He is an authority on agile software development, lean theory, and responsive organizational design, and has advised leaders at numerous companies—including GE, Ford, Chanel, PG&E, and Spotify—in creating more effective organizations. He is the author of Agile Business: A Leader’s Guide to Harnessing Complexity and speaks regularly on organizational development and leadership.

Connect with Bob and Alex

Radical Alignment – The Book
Alexandra’s Twitter
Alexandra’s Website
Bob’s Twitter
Bob’s Website

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1 Comment

  1. Mukul Dass on 08/12/2020 at 10:17 PM

    A positive step forward way out to solve by the method of calm and not forced self composure

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