October 26-27, 2016
This one-day, two-night journey will give you the tools and experiences that you need to help your organization live deliberately.
This isn’t self-help for business; this is about connecting with fellow leaders in business and life to make your organization more purposeful and engaged.
With today’s fast-moving market trends, consumer behavior, and global economy, it’s easy to get passively swept away just trying to keep up. It’s easy to lose sight of what fuels the ideas and inspiration that got you and your business to where you are today.
So join us as we meet the true pioneers not afraid to be themselves, even if they have to break the rules in the process. People like the founder of the Earth Day movement, the company disrupting a $500 billion hotel industry, or the Internet company that became the world’s largest retailer. Pioneers that live deliberately.
On September 28, 1851, an unknown author in Massachusetts was editing his second book. Henry David Thoreau didn’t know it then, but that book would change the world. That book would inspire millions, including Mahatma Gandhi, John F. Kennedy, and Martin Luther King Jr., to live deliberately.
Three thousand miles away, a group of American pioneers from Illinois started building a cabin on a new settlement just off the Puget Sound. That settlement is now Seattle. And while these events may not seem related, they are. Because whether it was having the first American labor strike in 1919, becoming the most literate city in the country, or being the first city to play the Beatles on the radio, Seattle has lived deliberately.
Which is why we are inviting you to join us there for our next Frontier Immersion.