Your address will show here +12 34 56 78
2. Call — Whale Rider — Follow your Inner Call

That was an intense start of Paikea’s life. Seemed like her mother and brother gave their lives to something that is bigger than themselves.

We now see Paikea as a young girl. While she’s growing up, she feels strongly connected with her grandfather Paka. Though Paikea’s father decides, after a falling-out with Paka, his dad, to leave the community.

Paikea is riding the bike with Paka for the last time while she and her father are preparing to leave home.

Remember the whales in the prologue? They play a vital role in this part too. Again, look and feel what you see and focus on the metaphors for your growth.

Universal Story
A big shock sets the journey in motion. Something happens to shake things up. It’s an inner or outer impulse. The heroine takes the first steps of the seperation from her old life.

Characteristics Call
• Threshold to action • Energy reaches tipping point • An actor of your life 
• Following your impulses • Setting the tone for a new life

Leadership Skills
• Taking responsibility • Pro activity • Taking action, initiatives • Stepping up to the plate

The call to a new adventure is an inner or outer spark for change, and often, they’re connected. It is a certain feeling or divine intervention you receive, a pure message beyond any logic.

It’s like the universe has summoned the hero(ine) to answer the call.

The call can appear in various forms: a phone call, an email, a stranger you meet, an accident, a YouTube video you accidentally click on with the content you need.

It’s the first step of leaving your old world behind, and walking the path to be more independent.

It’s day 2. Now turn to your playbook and answer the questions.