A very practical approach to becoming antifragile

If you want to use change to become stronger you can’t just read these blogs. You also have to practise them. After all, you cannot learn to swim by reading a book about swimming.

Inner Leadership provides a practical set of tools and exercises that will build your skills, step by step, at all of the seven competencies needed to become antifragile. These daily blogs are showing you some but not all of those steps. And the only way to become antifragile is by practising them.

To make this easier, Inner Leadership comes with a free downloadable electronic workbook. There’s also a large format paperback workbook that you can buy. And you can also use paper and pen.

But as every musician knows, the only way to get to Carnegie Hall is practice.

Inner Leadership gives you a practical set of tools for defining what ‘Carnegie Hall’ looks like to you and for building the skills that will take you there.

But whether you want to learn to swim or become antifragile or become a world famous concert pianist you can’t just read about it — you have to do the practise.

Do you know what your equivalent of Carnegie Hall looks like? Are you willing to practise the skills that will take you there?


Adapted from Inner Leadership: a framework and tools for building inspiration in times of change.

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(And remember: you don’t learn to swim by reading about swimming, you also need to practice.)


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