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Your True Calling Podcast

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The Secret to Finding Your Purpose

I first helped people find their true calling by accident. While teaching self-actualization workshops, I used cognitive psychology and inspirational music to boost creativity in class. To our collective delight, my clients started rediscovering amazing superpowers they'd suppressed since childhood. They went on to use these gifts to change the direction of their lives in purposeful careers and passion projects. The podcast closes with hints for finding your own hidden superpowers. (Pssst! That's the secret to finding your true calling.) Play Episode.

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Overcoming Fear and Perfectionism

If you're like most people, you haven't followed your calling because your inner critic scares the bejesus out of you. K-CRAP, the radio station that plays 24/7 in your head, tells you you're not good enough to reach your dreams and keeps you stuck in a meaningless life. You may have grown so used to it that you don’t hear it anymore, but it’s holding you back big time. This podcast and radio excerpts show you how to bypass KCRP, tune into your soul's guidance, and gather delicious clues for becoming the person you were born to be. Play Episode.

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Turn Your Flaws into Superpowers

The first time “Gina” walked into my workshop, she looked 12 years old. She wore knee socks and a dress at least two sizes too big. It turns out that Gina was age 20. After introducing herself that first day and telling us she hated her job, Gina didn't speak again for six weeks because she felt ashamed of her weird interests and passions. Did you know that’s how the calling to be your true self often begins? Learn how this once-shy woman found her true vocation — and true love — by embracing her inner weirdo, and how you can do it, too. Play Episode. 

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How to Ditch Your Day Job For a Dream

Jack Topalian is a perfect role model for ditching your day job for a dream. He’d tried acting in his twenties but grew tired of it. "By accident" he got back into it in his thirties because whenever he took his kids to auditions, casting directors asked him if he was an actor. By this time he owned a small business in Silicon Valley. Learn how Jack transformed into a successful Hollywood actor once he decided to take his passion seriously. The podcast ends with hints for how you can reach your dreams, too. Play Episode.

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Answer Your Calling in a Side Project

If you’re like most people, you believe you’re supposed to answer your calling in a job. But, it turns out that only one-third of us find our purpose in our profession. So, don’t beat yourself up if you haven’t figured out how to do it yet. A big clue for finding your true calling is that you would do it for free because it’s so intrinsic to who you are. Learn how “Dan,” a burned-out attorney, answered his calling on the side and reinvigorated his career. The podcast ends with hints for how you can answer your own calling outside of work. Play Episode.

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Supercharge Your Career and Save the World

“Maria” was a police detective who hit a glass ceiling in her career and felt she needed to retire early. Traveling abroad had been her life-long dream, so she thought it would be a good idea to see the world and write travel brochures to support herself. The only problem was that Maria had no interest in learning how to write them. So, every week she would come to class carrying that gun, feeling disgruntled with her life, and I’d be sweating bullets. Learn how Maria landed a job with the United Nations and went to Bosnia to train local police to adopt human rights procedures. The podcast ends with ways for you to answer your bigger calling, too. Play Episode.

 

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