A journey to lead with purpose in work and life
In a world obsessed with presenting an illusion of perfection and superficial success, dare to challenge the status quo and pursue your dreams while remaining true to your humanity.
Chairman UNICEF Australia, Chancellor Queensland University of Technology, Director National Australia Bank
Ann Sherry AO
None of us come fully formed as leaders. Some of us have key attributes and ingredients... Henry is one of those people. His energy balances his humility, his ambition balances his empathy, his purpose drives him to be his best and his partnership with Gen balances his world.
As a successful filmmaker and entrepreneur, Henry Smith understands the allure of societal expectations and the pressures to conform. However he believes that true fulfillment lies in embracing our flaws, vulnerabilities, and imperfections. In this captivating book, Smith shares his personal journey of discovery, revealing the transformative power of authenticity.
How to Jump without a Parachute is a guidebook for those seeking a meaningful and purposeful life. With refreshing honesty, practical guidance and thought-provoking insights, Smith empowers readers to pursue their dreams without compromising their authenticity. He explores the importance of embracing failure, taking risks, and finding the balance between ambition and self-care. This book serves as a compass, guiding readers toward a path that aligns with their passions, values, and true potential.
Discover the courage to jump without a parachute and unleash your true potential, living a life that is authentic, significant and remarkable.
About the Author
Henry Smith is an award winning film Producer and Director, working across entertainment and commercial production. He collaborates with a wide range of clients including P&O Cruises, National Geographic, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Sesame Street, ABC, Unilever and Google.
As a passionate champion of the inclusion of people living with disability in film production, he founded Inclusively Made, the fast becoming global standard of inclusive filmmaking in both commercial and long-form production.