This episode of the Barbells & Brothers podcast is all about finding your purpose and fulfillment in life.
I have conversational style interview with Ryan MacTaggart who is the founder and creator of the Brothers Life Council.
Ryan and I share a common passion of helping men live a life that makes them feel fully alive.
One of those keys to living a divinely inspired life is living a life of purpose and fulfillment. That is what our discussion is all about.
We share our battles of finding our purpose and what it feels like when we struggle with not feeling fulfilled in our day to day life.
It was a fun and engaging conversation. Give a listen and be inspired to move towards your purpose in life.
My guest on this episode of the Barbells & Brothers podcast is Jerry Fu. Jerry is a conflict resolution coach. He focuses on resolving clients' conflict at work, in culture, and within themselves.
Jerry was born in the United States, growing up in a Taiwanese family. He encountered conflicts at work, in culture, and within myself.
Jerry didn’t know how to handle any of it and didn’t know where to look for help.
He also lost a job because he continually avoided conflict with an upset boss. But getting fired was the wake-up call he needed. He had to adapt and improve as a leader, which meant engaging the conflict he disliked so much. His ongoing struggle with conflict became a fascination. Now, he helps others take on the same challenges.
My guest on this episode of the Barbells & Brothers podcast is Joe Rinaldi. Joe is a writer, motivational speaker and personal coach and host of the podcast called The Pursuit.
The biggest joy in Joe's life is being able to help, encourage and guide other people in their pursuit of greater goals, bigger things and better versions of themselves.
And one more thing, Joe is grateful to be going blind. Joe was born with a genetic eye condition (Best Disease) that has been causing him to lose his eyesight since he was a child.
In my latest episode of the Barbells & Brothers podcast I share what I have learned from my 30 days in the desert through the art of practicing not-doing.
In a culture that says we have to do more, my message is that we need to do less and be more. We need to do less forcing and more listening.
I also talk about the importance of tapping into our own circadian rhythm for sleep and a natural rhythm for eating and any other healthy habits we are working on creating in our life.
If you are struggling with busyness, you won't want to miss this episode. My hope is that this podcast will inspire you to start practicing the art of not-doing.