THE CODE FOR THE NEXT WAVE
A proven and powerful process to activate positive change
Shaun Tomson is a Leadership Expert, World Champion Surfer, Entrepreneur,
Environmentalist and Best-Selling Author
Sometimes all you need to turn hope into action is to write your promises down and say them out loud—to make a promise to no one but yourself.
The Code Method is an academically validated self-development program that inspires, uplifts and connects individuals and teams. It helps activate internal strength to combat despair and emotionally re-engages individuals through the power of purpose.
Built around 12 promises that individuals write and share, The Code is an effective tool to create a powerful, positive and purposeful attitude to navigate the uncertainty and turbulence of life, especially in the context of the Covid-19 crisis.
The power of writing-the power of affirming “I Will”- helps one see beyond today and set a course for a better tomorrow.
The Code is about many things—faith, courage, commitment—but above all it is about the promises we make which ultimately define our life purpose and our path through uncertainty and turbulence towards success and fulfillment.
The only way way to create positive change is through the decisions we make. The Code Method is designed to create a wave of commitment throughout an organization and illustrates how every one of us can reshape our lives through the power of “I Will.”
Shaun has shared his Code Method around the world, from organizations and universities in the USA, Europe, Asia and Australia to rural schools in South Africa.
A former World Surfing Champion, Shaun was named one of the 10 Greatest Surfers of All Time. He has a Bachelor’s in Business Administration, a Master of Science in Leadership from Northeastern University and has created two popular apparel brands, Instinct and Solitude (co-founded with his wife Carla).
He is the author of the best sellers Surfer’s Code and The Code – The Power of “I Will”. He produced and co-wrote the documentary film Bustin’ Down the Door (2006) and is a past board member of Surfrider Foundation and the Santa Barbara Boys & Girls Club and is an ambassador for Boys to Men Mentoring.