As a certified Integral Executive Coach, Ann Bundy was entrusted with the intimate struggles, successes, and fears of leaders across the world. She created a robust set of tools and practices to support them on their leadership journey. Story sharing, co-creating fresh ways of solving long-standing problems, and ways to deepen self-awareness are now tools she incorporates into her writing practice.
Ann challenged herself and her clients to bring their best self to work each day, situation, and meeting. She was asked to speak at many conferences about how to enhance one's executive presence, create a compelling vision, and how to galvanize teams around converting strategy into action.
Ann Bundy adores observing human nature and writing about what makes human lives meaningful. Inspired by Harriet the Spy, at eight years old she recorded observations of the shenanigans of her seven family members and Shaggy the dog from a secret hiding place.
She has written a journal for fifty-three years, published and presented several business articles, and self-published Encore: Living Your Life's Legacy.
She is now passionate about creating short stories which portray the magnificent messes families can create in the name of love and safety. Ann Bundy is also fascinated by how known and felt histories can impact current and future generations. She has completed five short stories incorporating these themes in a collection titled, "Soul Cluster."
She loves to learn and has participated in numerous courses including how to cultivate Spiritual Intuition to Ikebana Floral Design to how to build Somatic Wisdom with the help of horses. Ann Bundy's favorite teacher of all is Mother Nature, and she is working on how to apply biomimicry to her own writing.
Ann Bundy has also been very lucky to unlearn some of the conventional wisdom she worked so hard and long to master in the business world.
She can now access the world through the joyful experiences children so generously share with her as a docent in Tilden Park. She helps them pluck still warm blue eggs from the chickens' nesting boxes, feed Pinky and Purky the twin 500- pound pigs, and offer Cera the box turtle live meal worms. Simple pleasures!