Sally is a powerful creator and is the perfect person to write a book about the co-creative age.
The Co-Creative Age should read like a code book for hacking the future. It’s rich and it’s layered. The equanimous leader concept alone is an idea that should cause deep meditation and reflection for any leader who is exposed to it.
And that’s saying something because in my business ‘Thought Leaders’, I get to spend an inordinate amount of time around people that are truly inspiring and making a difference. No doubt Sally’s backstory is point of difference enough. Anyone who has been thrown the life lessons and dramatic experiences she has would be someone worth listening to; and yet that’s not her greatest asset. Sally has taken a life’s worth of experience and added a life worth of learning, teaching the idea of rigorous self responsibility.
In Mahayana Buddhism, bodhisattva is the Sanskrit term for anyone who, motivated by great compassion, has generated bodhicitta, which is a spontaneous wish to attain buddhahood for the benefit of all sentient beings. Reading this book I feel as though Sally is a modern day bodhisattva. A rare soul who pauses on their journey to enlightenment to ferry others across the river of consciousness.
The Co-Creative Age unpacks a theologically agnostic view for creating companies and cultures we would all be happy living and working in. The ideas within this book are accessible to the agnostic, atheist and extremist. I was a fan of Sally’s first book Freefall – Living Life Beyond The Edge and am happy to say even more so one of this book.
It just might be Sally’s Life Opus, that being said I have learnt that WOW is never a full stop with Sally. So don’t read this book – absorb it. To elevate consciousness on the planet is the greatest and most worthy job any teacher can undertake.
Foreword by Matt Church
Founder & Chairman: Thoughtleaders Global
Consistently rated as Australia’s leading conference speaker