Jack Butler interviews Jenna Buffaloe on Being Yourself in Life and Business

This is one of my all-time favorite interviews.  There is something so fun and easeful about being in dialogue with Jenna.  She’s a gem and I feel lucky to call her a friend.

Jenna has one of those client lists that many in the coaching world would give a lot for – Apple, Google, LinkedIn and Boston Consulting Group inter alia.

Included in this interview:

– why Jenna left her legal dreams to follow something closer to her heart

– Jenna’s take on resonance – how to notice it, trust it and what gets in the way

– why to work in places where you don’t have to be careful, so you essentially express who you are

– how doing personal work is not selfish but allows you to get out of the way and fully be there for someone

– the I, the We and the It – and why a lot of business focus on the It is limiting us

– the relief that can come from admitting the things you don’t like about yourself including your funkiness (and Jenna’s closet interest in the lives of celebrities!)

– and much more!

Please tune in for what was a fun, open-hearted and real conversation:

Click here to watch on youtube

About Jack Butler

Jack Butler is a social entrepreneur, coach, workshop leader and speaker. His latest venture provides full spectrum human development through coaching, programmes and other development resources for leaders and entrepreneurs. He founded Future Foundations (www.future-foundations.co.uk), a leading youth personal development training organization. He is a professional member of the International Enneagram Association and a former fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Jack was the IAB 2007 Young Entrepreneur of the Year runner-up and took a double first class degree in Social and Political Sciences from the University of Cambridge. Jack spends his time between London and Brighton in the UK and Boulder, CO and the Bay Area in the US. In his spare time, he enjoys physical challenges (3 Peaks Challenge 2010, Tresco Marathon 2006) and supporting The Simultaneous Policy Organisation (www.simpol.org.uk). He is a Partner in Passion and Purpose of the Grubb Guild, a voracious reader of personal, cultural and spiritual development, and likes to inquire, journal, travel and write.
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