• Surprising Ways Successful People Fell Into Their Purpose

    I hear stories all the time about how someone was living their daily, unfulfilled or maybe even fulfilled lives, when a calling came knocking at the door. A few old friends, for example, changed career course after they met a homeless family and decided to devote their money and time into investing in real estate so they could use it to create much-needed affordable housing. Judith Orloff, MD, who everyone knows as the empath guru, says in her online class that a dream told her to return to school to become a psychiatrist so she could help legitimize intuition in the field of medicine. Author and Glamour magazine editor Elisabeth…

  • Part II: Living Joyfully with Bonnie St. John

    This was one of my first interviews. And still a favorite. If you’re feeling down about a recent failure or you don’t know how to go from where you are to where you want to be, then you’ll definitely want to read this… I love what you say in Following Dreams about the difference with a gold medal winner is her ability to get up faster.¬† How do we apply this to our own lives? Sometimes when things go wrong people can focus on the mistake and beat themselves up mentally. ¬†Being able to forget about what went wrong and purely focus on how to make things better is an…

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