On the twelfth episode of Radically Honest Season 2, your host Dasom Lee gets intentional with Dr. Ian Brooks, Chief Executive and Founder of Rhodes Smith Consulting, clinical psychologist, and author of soon-to-be-released book Intention. He’s amassed over two decades in the organization development and human capital field—he knows why people “tick.”
“Trust the value that you bring and stay true to that value, knowing that it will evolve. It will continuously grow as you grow as an individual. ” – Dr. Ian Brooks.
As a people-savvy psychologist, he’s reinvigorated businesses of all sizes in their transformations. When he sensed a lay-off, he propelled himself into his own venture as a solopreneur. Over 10-12 years, he’s consciously shaped his intentionality and refined his valuable methodologies. His reality check? He wasn’t as good as he thought it was. Today, his masterpiece of a book was made possible by his painfully honesty moments.
So, how can you nurture your humility? Listen to the episode to find out.
Join the movement.
Support: Preorder Intention before the April 27, 2021 release date on Amazon and other retail booksellers. Newsletter, coaching workshops, and more can be found at rhodessmith.com. @drb_intention on Instagram and Twitter.
On the fourteenth episode of Radically Honest Season 2, your host Dasom Lee opens up with Melody Olander, founder of nonprofit But You Don’t Look Sick, Host of Real Talk with Melody, and Author of “But You Don’t Look Sick.”...