This week on the show, John P Morgan joins me to share why he is "The happiest guy I know" and what being happy means to him. He also describes what an adventure is.
I also want to announce that I am going to spend the month of July in New York and if you want to spend a one day intensive with me between July 4th and July 23rd, just drop me a message and we can work on your business ideas, creative ideas and so on.
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John P Morgan is not your typical ‘success’ coach. His work is not just about results. But results are inevitable when you work with him.
Since as long as he can remember, he have loved to take things apart and put them back together again. He loved it so much, that he began doing it with his own life and mind – taking apart his thoughts and rebuilding them to fit how he wanted to be in the world.
He have lived many lives. His journey has taken him through Math & Physics, a real estate business, a web media company and many adventures including working while traveling the world for years on end before the term ‘Digital Nomad’ even existed.
Along the way he have had many incredible teachers – his parents, amazing business mentors and many of the worlds most sought after spiritual leaders and coaches. All of these people have taught him not only with their advice, but also through how they be in the world.
Today, he live with his wife and son in Santa Monica where he helps people from around the world to become the people they were meant to be. To express their power and love and live their truth. To create success both materially and spiritually.
This week on the show, Akshay Nanavati joins me to share his life experiences on how he battled and won over drug addiction, PTSD, alcoholism and suicidal thoughts. He shares his different adventures exploring the most hostile, and awe-inspiring environments on the planet and facing different kinds of fear. I am also sharing the new theme that we will be exploring over the next couple of weeks—adventure and excitement.
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After overcoming drug addiction, PTSD from fighting the war in Iraq with the US Marines and alcoholism that pushed him to the brink of suicide, Akshay Nanavati has since explored the most hostile, and awe-inspiring environments on the planet, started a nonprofit foundation and built a business helping people live limitless lifestyles.
Combining his life experience with years of research in science and spirituality, he wrote a book called “Fearvana: The Revolutionary Science of How to Turn Fear Into Health, Wealth and Happiness.” Of the book, The Dalai Lama said “Fearvana inspires us to look beyond our own agonizing experiences and find the positive side of our lives.”
This week on the show, Mike joins me to talk about the lessons he learned throughout his journey into becoming the man he is today. Mike shares the relevance of his relationship with women into who he is and how his experiences shaped him into becoming a better man. I also share my thoughts on the recent suicide incidents.
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Mike Matthews is the founder of The Inspiring Men Project, an organisation that helps good men live great lives. He focuses on helping men find more purpose, achieve more success, develop more meaningful relationships, and connect to a deeper expression of what it means to be man.
His work is inspired by his own difficult journey into manhood and beyond. He struggled for years as he strived to find more purpose and meaning in his life. It affected his relationships, he was unfulfilled in his work, and perpetually felt as if something was missing.
He eventually realised that whilst being taught many things growing up, he was never taught how to be a man. Along with two life-changing events that came within weeks of each other, this was the missing piece he’d been looking for.
With the help of this insight and many great men along the journey, he managed to find his way out. This led to him leaving a successful career in the English National Health Service to set up The Inspiring Men Project.
Mike is now a writer, coach, entrepreneur, and men’s work leader where he leads online programmes for groups of men to live more purposeful, embodied, and inspiring lives.
This week on the show, Kyle joins me to talk about some scientific views in building an intimate relationship with your partner. Kyle shares the importance of Attachment styles in understanding yourself and your partner, and he also shares some scientific studies on relationship.
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Kyle Benson is an Intentionally Intimate Relationship coach providing practical, research based tools to build long-lasting relationships.
Kyle is best known for his compassion and non-judgemental style and his capacity to seeing the root problem. Download the Intimacy 5 Challenge to learn where you and your partner can improve your emotional connection and build lasting intimacy.