Air Date: June 8, 2015 Following a life changing event when he was thirty-three years old, John was inspired to sit down and tell the story of The Why Café. He had no previous experience or academic training as a writer.
Within a year after its release, word of mouth support from readers had spread the book across the globe—inspiring people on every continent, including Antarctica. It went on to become a #1 Bestseller, and has now been translated into twenty-one languages. John has since written other books, including Life Safari and The Big Five for Life.
Through his writings and appearances on television and radio, John’s messages have inspired millions of people to live life on their terms. He has been honored alongside Oprah Winfrey, Wayne Dyer, and Deepak Chopra as one of the one hundred most inspirational thought leaders in the field of leadership and personal development.
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SENSEI: (sen - say) teacher; Sen means "before" and Sei means "born." The literal meaning of the Japanese word is "one who is born before"; thus, the one who is born before you is your teacher. This refers less to chronological age (some of my teachers have been young enough to be my children) than to the teacher's wisdom: In spiritual terms he or she is my elder, and thus my teacher.
MY MISSION: To experience fulfilling relationships, a healthy body & mindset, financial independence, and live my life unapologetically! MY VISION & INTENTION: To use everything I've learned about true inner Strength and share it with others to enhance and increase the quality of life for women around the world! MY WHY: I know the power of getting out from under the belief that being victimized made me a victim. People will inflict atrocities towards others to keep from looking at their own pain. When we live our lives in victim and vengeance mode, our mind is never truly free. When our minds are not free, we continually tell ourselves "we aren’t good enough, smart enough, or talented enough" because what we’re actually doing is enforcing a belief that what happened, happened because we were too weak to prevent it; this makes us feel powerless. Forgiveness begins within; forgiving our “self” for believing we have to stay in that mindset! This is the true power of forgiveness, this is the ability we all have, this is the inner strength that I am so passionate about teaching other women!