Today, I have a gift I want to share with you all.
It’s a resource I think will really challenge, inspire and encourage you whoever you are and whatever you do.
I recently had the privilege of interviewing author Jeff Goins. He’s a blogger, writer and speaker, who just published his first book, “Wrecked: When a Broken World slams into Your Comfortable Life”. It talks about how often it’s when circumstances and decisions wreck us, tear our world apart, when paradoxically, we undergo the biggest transformation.
Jeff is a wise, friendly and generous man and it’s a privilege to know and interview him.
In the interview we discussed the whole concept of being Wrecked and he shared some incredible stories from his own life.
He talked with great wisdom and insight on calling, identity, creativity, life balance and finding your voice. Issues which impact many of us.
The interview is an amazing resource for anyone looking to understand their identity and calling. Or if you’re trying to find balance in life, or a creative seeking to grow in their craft and build a blog platform. Whoever you are, I know it’s something that will both challenge and inspire you. I’m just really excited to be able to share it with you all.
The interview is in the form of two relatively small MP3 downloads for you to listen to.
And I want to give them to you as a gift, for free.Yes. I said free.
Just simply put your name and e-mail address in the box below and you’ll get it mailed to you. For free. As bonus, it will also mean you get access to other free resources from me in future, before anyone else. Finally, you’ll get notification of any new post with I share on the blog when it goes live.
So don’t hesitate. Simply put your name & e-mail in the form below and click ‘subscribe’. I have no doubt, you won’t regret it.
Thanks for listening. Have a really great day.
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