The Unbound Writer's Club

Episode 168: Beyond Resilience to Rootsilience with Rimi Chakraborty + Samantha Anderson

March 06, 2024 Nicola Humber Episode 168
The Unbound Writer's Club
Episode 168: Beyond Resilience to Rootsilience with Rimi Chakraborty + Samantha Anderson
Show Notes

In this episode of the Unbound Writer’s Club, Nicola’s in conversation with magical authors Rimi Chakraborty and Samantha Anderson. Their transformative book – Beyond Resilience to Rootsilience: A Revolutionary Women's Leadership Framework for Balance, Well-being and Success – was released into the world last month. Rimi and Samantha invented the word ‘rootsilience’ (‘root - zeel - ience’) – join us as we explore what it means to them.

In this Episode:

  • Books have their own sense of time
  • Releasing expectations and perfectionist tendencies
  • Digging deep and growing roots
  • There's no one-size-fits-all approach
  • You can't change consciousness by using the same language
  • Inventing new vocabulary to shift understanding and behaviour
  • Why is rootsilience so important for women leaders?
  • The chakra system is Rimi and Samantha’s orienting framework
  • Men will also benefit from Rimi and Samantha’s framework
  • Rimi and Samantha’s collaborative process
  • What’s the intention for the book?

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Music Credit: Joseph McDade

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