Season 1 – Episode 26

Mike Dilbeck, motivational speaker and founder of Response Ability, talks about a Revolution for Courageous Leadership.

More about Mike and his empowering movement at

A few months ago I was introduced to Mike Dilbeck and Response Ability – A Revolution for Courageous Leadership.

It’s a “movement away from the shame, regret and guilt we all feel from being bystanders to any injustice or wrongdoing.”

What resonated with me was the fact that Mike was not focusing on empowering people to be courageous leaders – because not everyone wants to be one – but focusing rather on the “on-going, continuous demonstration of standing up, stepping in and speaking out for what’s right and against inappropriate, abusive, and unhealthy behaviors.”

I responded to Mike’s conviction that every single one of us wants to be able to show courageous leadership as a way of being at any moment.

As a part of my quest to inspire people to awaken to our own purpose in order to best serve the world, God (Life), and our whole human family, I wanted to address this fear which causes many of us to choose to be passive bystanders in unjust or abusive situations, and to learn how to transcend it.

More on my blog: Courageous Leadership…

Mike and I sing spontaneously “Do You Hear the People Sing” from Les Miserables
Music by Claude-Michel Schönberg, original French lyrics by Alain Boublil and Jean-Marc Natel, with an English-language libretto by Herbert Kretzmer.

My favorite rendition of it is from the 25th Anniversary Concert at the O2 Arena in London:…

Tajci’s Wardrobe: The Secret Ingredient
Croatian and English Subtitles: Marijeta Matijas
Serbian Subtitles: Ivan Kalauzovic

Be the courageous leadership. Visit Mike’s web site and join the movement.

And ponder this:
“It’s great to have a commitment, It’s awesome! But unless you’re taking the actions, it will make no difference.” – Mike Dilbeck

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