Finding Meaning in your Life

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I want to share a short interview I recorded with a man who I believe is the best in his field at helping people find real meaning (and as a result happiness) in their life.

Philip McKernan is the guru you have never heard of yet he coaches some of the wealthiest and most successful people around today.

I was able to get a short interview with him and I think you will get a lot from it.

On this call Philip talks about:

  • finding real meaning in your life.
  • the importance of listening to you intuitive self
  • the importance of authentic goal setting

Listen to the interview below

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Philips latest book Rich on Paper Poor on Life can be found here www.richonpaperbook.com

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4 Comments

  • Anne Reply

    This was very informative. Thank you

  • Sandra Rickman Reply

    Great interview, easily understood. Love his honesty and concept. I love the part about treating your anxieties in a different way and looking at them as part and parcel of your life and accepting them almost as a gift. His work, like yours must be so rewarding, thank you for the opportunity to hear it.

  • Jeff Klein Reply

    I liked the interview,
    reminds me of me.I hope to read his book at some point.
    Jeff

  • Nav Kaur Reply

    Thank you for sharing the interview! Really enjoyed it.

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