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May 7, 2015

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May 7, 2015

NPP 015 : The Swiss Roundtable!

May 7, 2015
CreativeBookWriting
Mara Gleason
TheSwissRoundtable
Allright. Finally I’m up with the podcast again. Having my old computer literally break in two pieces, while simultaneously exploring south-east Asia, it’s been a struggle to get the latest podcasts uploaded for you. However, the wait is worth it! Trust.
 
In this episode I’m in Switzerland, at Leyla Salvadé‘s beautiful home right after the Lifestyle Design Convention. Together with her, Steve Pavlina, Kai Christen, Kristoffer Krossøy and Rachelle Fordyce (and a quick drop-in by Josh Levett), we share…
  • Thoughts and insight on key decisions in life.
  • How capitalizing on ‘the flow’, rather than trying to force a result often results in way more inspiring, motivating and hence more productive days.
  • Should-traps.
  • Steve’s story about how he transitioned from a 9-5 lifestyle, peeling off old layers of beliefs to starting on his own (now, running the biggest personal development blog on planet earth)
  • We touch upon education, relating to Sir Ken Robinson’s speech “School Kills Creativity“.
  • Achieving grand leaps in life by jumping in the cold water.
  • We also tap into a great vibe talking about life-source and what’s behind our experience.
  • How small miracles in our daily lives are being brought out to us, and how different moods and states let’s us see that or not.

Baby kick your shoes off and relax while joining us around Leyla’s kitchen-table! 

 The Swiss Roundtable

I believe conducting a podcast is one of the best and most effective ways to connect like-minded people that wants to contribute to a consciousness-shift in this world. Together, with time on our side, this shift might just be possible! If you like the idea of this podcast – and especially if you like this actual episode, please subscribe and share this with your friends by doing the following: 

 

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<3 Morten