From Coronation Day to Conscious Commitment: Creating Generational Leadership

Please enjoy this transcript of the Crown Yourself Podcast, with your host, transformational story coach, Kimberly Spencer (@Kimberly.Spencer)

Are you seeking greater agency and power over your life? Do you want to leave a positive impact on future generations? Claiming your power of sovereignty and leadership can create a ripple effect that can last for years to come. Maybe one day your great-great-grandchildren will be getting a coronation of their own, because of you. Who knows? 

In this podcast episode, the speaker, Kimberly Spencer, discusses the importance of sovereignty and leadership. She talks about the significance of Coronation Day and how it highlights the human desire for sovereignty. She encourages listeners to tap into their natural desire for greater agency and power over their lives and to step into leadership positions. Kimberly emphasizes the need to think generationally when creating and building for the future, and the importance of being an aspirational leader who inspires others to discover their own sovereignty. She concludes by asking listeners to consider the change they wish to create and how they need to embody that change so that the empires they build today will be the generators of wealth for millennia to come.


*Transcripts may contain typos. We do our best to catch any human or robot errors prior to release. And we thank you in advance for your understanding. Enjoy!

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