The Warrior's Compass
Bravely Navigating Life's Journey Into the Chaos and Complexity of the Unknown
About the Book
Throughout history, civilizations intuitively relied on their fiercest warriors to fight for what was decent and right, to stay alive. Masculine strength, courage, determination, and cunning saved the day. Feminine traits like compassion, collaboration and consensus building weren’t thought to be effective on the front lines. Until now. The dystopian complexity and volatility confronting our world today requires a new breed of warrior: one who intentionally and generously expands their range of both masculine and feminine qualities. Here is a guide to strengthen every modern-day warrior’s resolve and resiliency, told through a lens of one man’s search for meaning as he navigates his life journey through a paradox of success, disappointment, and purpose. Now is the time for Warriors to rise and to fight for what is decent and right, to help ourselves, our communities and our civilization stay awake and alive.
About the Author
Scott Seagren is a trusted advisor to hundreds of successful business and organization leaders worldwide who are committed to developing a more conscious, purposeful, highly productive culture and workforce. As a trained mediator, expert facilitator, and master coach, he guides leaders, partnerships and teams on topics that ignite progress and inspire mindful solutions. Scott also chairs monthly CEO peer groups for Vistage Worldwide. Prior to reinventing himself as a “CEO to CEOs,” he ran a successful commodities and options trading business on the Chicago Board of Trade for nearly 20 years. His trading floor experience, serving as a chaplain in a mental health institution, and years of working with senior leaders has galvanized Scott’s calm demeanor and deep inner strength. He believes that leadership evolution and transformation happen one courageous conversation at a time. He is a graduate of Northwestern University where he majored in English Literature and Economics and lives in both the Chicago area and central New Hampshire.