We are heading to Machu Picchu this August and if you are interested, we are now accepting applications for that trip. Only 6 spots available so reach out to me if you are interested.
This week on the show, Taylor Conroy joined me to talk about how he got into philanthropy, the challenges he faced in finding genuine happiness and the significance of having an impulse to do something.
Don't forget to give this podcast a 5-star rating and send me reviews on iTunes and I'd be giving away a copy of this brilliant book, "This Is Marketing” by Seth Godin.
Taylor and I discuss:
More about Taylor
Taylor is a former firefighter, real estate millionaire, and body-builder. He is renowned social entrepreneur, human rights activist, and acclaimed speaker. Taylors inspiring style of story telling and rebellious thinking have engaged over 150,000 people around the world. His social good companies have inspired over one million people in 80 countries to fundraise for social change, building 500 schools and 150 homes in the developing world. Taylor is the founder and CEO of The Idea Collective, which helps change makers create impact through their own public speaking. The Idea Collective helps to land speaking engagements on the worlds most impactful stages, including TEDx talks, university events, and Fortune 500 companies.
This week on the show, Zat Baraka joined me to talk about Men's Deep Inner Work and men’s evolution and awakening. He also talked about men's personal/spiritual growth, vulnerability, and leadership.
I also talked about the book "This Is Marketing” by Seth Godin. The book contains everything Seth learned about marketing, bringing an idea to the world, and creating a business that impacts people.
Next week, I will choose the best review of my podcast on iTunes and give a copy of this brilliant book so don't forget to give this podcast a 5-star rating and send me reviews on iTunes.
Zat and I discuss:
More about Zat
Zat Baraka is a student and teacher of Men’s Deep Inner Work and is the founder of The Men’s Coach Training and The New Masculine Program. He has radically affected thousands of men across the globe with his cutting edge men’s work.
His down to earth approach challenges men to understand the mature masculine, not as an abstract philosophy, but as an embodied knowledge through living as authentic, empowered, creative and compassionate men.
His extensive training of over 25 years includes Tantric Buddhist practice, a masters in Spiritual psychology and active involvement in the men's personal growth movement for over two decades.
Knowing that he can only take his clients as deep as he goes himself, he remains active on his own inner work path.
I'm excited to announce the launch of the 3rd Adventure Series. Last year, we went to a sailing trip around the Greek Islands and at the end of the year we went to Norway and hang out in the Arctic Circle.
In this week's episode, I'm excited to talk about where our 3rd Adventure Series will be and who my co-leader is going to be. We will talk about the process of deciding the location and what to expect in this adventure.
My co-leader in the next adventure this July 29th – August 4th is my friend, Adam Quiney
How I approach the coaches that I love and respect and how I co-create these adventures with them
The process of deciding where to go and the reason we chose Machu Picchu, Peru
The magic of collaboration is you don't have to do things alone
The definition of adventure is not knowing what's going to happen
Creating connection and community during the adventure by removing any distractions
Frictions and breakdowns and transmuting what most people spend all their lives avoiding
Setting powerful intentions outside of just having a fun adventure
For whom this adventure is for