Have you ever felt weak when you ask for help from someone? Do you think it’s a shameful thing to ask for monetary help from people? How can you learn to ask for help? Let’s dive into this topic for today’s podcast.
I believe I have to work consistently for at least two to three years to achieve my goals. But when I told this to a friend, she said something that changed my perspective of things and made me believe life is easy, not hard.
I have had this podcast for a year. Whenever people hear it, they try to educate me in my field. In this podcast, I talk about why I don’t want someone else to define me.
There is one question that I get asked a lot ever since I started this podcast – How much money are you making? In this podcast, I talk about why it doesn’t matter. I share why I’d do this podcast forever, even if it doesn’t make me money, because making money from creative work isn’t my primary goal.
In this episode, I want to talk about how we are the universe’s playmates, necessary for the universe to become conscious of itself. In the last episode, I talked about how humans don’t need to accomplish anything to prove their worth. All we need to do is be alive.
In this podcast episode, I speak about the meaning of life as described by Alan Watts. It has to be one of my favorite subjects to speak about – life and death and why being truly alive matters so much.
Welcome back to The Millionaire Hippie Podcast. I am so grateful that you’re listening. In this episode, I want to talk about something pretty basic – how people treat money.
Welcome to the 100th episode of this podcast. I want to take a moment and congratulate myself for the fact that I stuck with it. In this episode, I want to talk about how it feels to run a podcast for a year. Consistency is not easy, but it’s so important when you are dealing with long-term goals.
Welcome back to another episode! In this one, I want to talk about how things around us constantly manipulate our lives by getting into our mind palace. These things orchestrate us to be less of ourselves and to be less human.