It’s powerful to hear from someone who became a millionaire, went bankrupt and then created another 7 figure business…all while figuring out how to give back and do more good in the world!
Learning from someone who has taken big risks can help you consider the “game” you’re playing and how you’re choosing to live your one precious life.
Are you taking the kind of risks that allow you to grow and experience life fully, or are you holding back or stuck in fear?
Are you being generous and caring for others, or are you squandering your time or money?
Today’s Man Alive podcast guest, Taylor Conroy, points out that giving and receiving are more intertwined than many of us realize!
In addition to growing businesses, Taylor has raised money to support many important causes — schools, water projects, libraries, girls scholarships, anti-sex trafficking work, and more. He has gathered funding for 500 schools and libraries in 14 countries for 200,000+ people!
Taylor has a surprising take on what it takes to make more money, that I believe will change your understanding of money, allowing you to make more. In our conversation we discussed…
- How to integrate philanthropic giving into your career and/or life
- A powerful way to transmute what you’re ashamed of into fuel for your work AND doing good in the world
- Taylor’s journey from being a millionaire to bankruptcy and back to millions again
- One of the most important ways to expand your money consciousness, so you can make more money
- The intersection of tantra, women’s wisdom and your success
Taylor and his team also get people set up to give Ted talks and get their message out to a bigger audience! Check out more of Taylor’s wisdom in this podcast.
Even men at the top of their game find themselves wanting more from life. Man Alive is the resource for men who want more meaning, a bigger impact, unshakable confidence, a hotter sex life, more money, deeper love, solid friendships or a powerful legacy.
A version of this post was originally posted on ShanaJamesCoaching.com and is republished here with permission from the author.
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