Do The Unright Thing Memoir of a People Pleaser By Steve Fredlund


Do The Unright Thing By Steve Fredlund

The world has defined an established system of “right” decisions and actions that will lead to success, and who doesn’t want success? And, for people-pleasers, following this system creates opportunities for external validation, something we crave deep in our souls. But always doing the “right” things, as defined by others, has a way of burying our true passions under layers of expectations and “shoulds.”

A tension is created. We can do the right things and receive validation, or do the unright things which lean into our passions but risk upsetting people in our lives.


Steve Fredlund is a recovering actuary turned professional speaker. Known as “The Safari Dude,” he encourages individuals to lean into the epic adventure of life while helping leaders get the right peeps in their Jeeps. As founder of The Safari Way, Steve offers coaching and consulting to a select few, super cool clients. He is a two-time TEDx speaker, fellow of the Society of Actuaries, and holds an MBA. When not working, he can be found on the disc golf course, playing a poker tournament, or suffering through another season as a Minnesota sports fan. More information can be found about Steve at:  Steve Fredlund: Motivational Keynote Speaker & Leadership Expert