You're invited to join us for

a FREE five part workshop:

GRIT 123

Throughout this workshop, you're going to build the foundation for grit and resilience and develop skills in the next five days you can take into the rest of your life. I can’t wait for you to get started!

SAVE MY SPOT >>

You're invited to join us for

a FREE five part workshop:

GRIT 123

Throughout this workshop, you're going to build the foundation for grit and resilience and develop skills in the next five days you can take into the rest of your life. I can’t wait for you to get started!

GRIT 123 is free to you, a five day course in building the foundation of grit and resilience! While this is a lifelong journey, there are things that you can put in practice TODAY to set you on the path– and step one is making the commitment to this program.

Before you receive your first emails to kick off the course, beginning today, I want you to find your journal, or a piece of paper, and write these words: I COMMIT. Say the words aloud. I COMMIT. 

COMMIT to yourself to take the short time each day to showing up and moving through the exercises. COMMIT to setting your own foundation for grit and resilience. COMMIT to putting yourself first, so you can give your best to your work and the world around you.

We’re going to introduce ideas and tactical exercises that are discrete but powerful. Commitment and consistency are key.

SAVE MY SPOT >>

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Meet Shannon.

Shannon Huffman Polson is the author of The Grit Factor: Courage, Resilience and Leadership in the Most Male Dominated Organization in the World, and the founder of The Grit Institute, a leadership institute committed to whole leader development and a focus on grit and resilience.

As one of the first women to fly the Apache helicopter in the U.S. Army, leading line units on three continents, Polson combines her passion and firsthand experience in and study of leadership and grit to deliver world-class keynotes and training to companies and organizations on leadership and grit.

After serving for a decade in the armed services, Polson earned her MBA at the Tuck School at Dartmouth. She went on to lead outstanding teams in the corporate world at Guidant Corporation (later Boston Scientific) and Microsoft Corporation.