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January 2017

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[Ep 38] 7 Days Of Learning – The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy

In this episode of the 7 Days Of Learning, I’ll be chatting about a useful, easy to follow book, in the lifestyle design genre. I came across this read at a time in my life where I was not following the rules of success, and as a result, had lost precious relationships, and seen my career and travelling plans fail miserably. A lot of us struggle to find a path to follow, jumping from one project to the next, giving…

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[Ep 37] 7 Days Of Learning – The War Of Art by Steven Pressfield

Welcome to Day 4 of my 7 Days Of Learning. In this episode, I will talk about The War of Art, which has been a life-changing book for me. Despite being a short read, it has lots of brilliant and usable information in it. Originally written to help writers and other creatives to overcome their artistic blocks, this book can help every single one of us! As Steven Pressfield points out: “Most of us have two lives. The life we…

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Sick Of Living A Small Life? Some Tricks To Living Big And Dreaming Big!

I have been speaking to a lot of people in the past few weeks who have been ‘impressed’ by me. I get uncomfortable with this kind of flattery, so I always turn it into a question right back at them. ‘What exactly are you impressed by?’ This gives me a chance to turn a potentially awkward compliment time, into lesson time for me. Usually when I do that, people have been saying the following things: ‘You have this primal, powerful…

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[Ep 36] 7 Days Of Learning – Daring Greatly by Brene Brown

In this third episode of the 7 Days Of Learning, I’ll be chatting about one of the best books I’ve read on shame and vulnerability. I love Brene Brown (her Ted Talk blew me away). Her thorough research on such an obscure and hard to study topic impressed me greatly. I love her book because she has obviously felt shame and vulnerability herself and is speaking from direct experience, not just bookish knowledge. We all experience feelings of shame at…

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[Ep 35] 7 Days Of Learning – The Power Of Habit by Charles Duhigg

In this second episode of the 7 Days Of Learning, I’ll be discussing how habits actually work, how they form, and how we can change them for the better! The Power Of Habit is not only an inspiring read, but also an amazing tool that can help you develop and maintain good habits. Duhigg breaks habits down into three components, which makes for an easier understanding of the process. We all have, at some point in our lives, started a…

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[Ep 34] 7 Days Of Learning – The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks

Today, I am starting a 7 days series, on books that have influenced me. Each day I’ll be discussing different books that have changed my thinking, helping me to become a better person and grow as an individual. In this first podcast of the series, I will be chatting about ‘The Big Leap’, by Gay Hendricks. This book is all about taking the leap in your Zone of Genius. The book says we are all unique individuals, with our own…

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[Ep 33] Hypnotherapy and Coaching Effectively Used Together

In this podcast, we get a chance to chat with Stephan Gardner, a Toronto based coach with a background in hypnotherapy. I really love the way Stephan thinks, this is why I decided to share some of his insights with you by conducting this interview! After leading an artistic career for years, Stephan has evolved to the sphere of personal growth and development, helping to understand both himself and others better, leading toward a more fulfilling life. Through the use…

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[Ep 32] Part 2: Are New Souls Recycled Old Souls?

In this episode, I’ll be talking more about the fascinating topic of recycled souls and where they originate from. A friend of mine once came to me with the question of where these new souls came from? This got me thinking. We’ve all been surrounded at some point in our lives by old souls, people that seem wiser than their years. Many new lives are created each day, many babies are born. How does the universe proceed to gift these…

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[Ep 31] Part 1: Are New Souls Recycled Old Souls?

In this episode, I will be discussing the topic of new souls and how they come about in my humble opinion. To simplify things, I believe there are two kinds of souls: old souls and new ones. These new souls are at the very beginning of their journey, eager to learn, experience and gain wisdom. It can be quite overwhelming to grasp this concept of collective consciousness, where all beings are interconnected, and where old souls end up vanishing away…

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