“The virtual space obviously has its advantages but there is such a power to being together in person.”
In today’s episode I continue my conversation with Erin Sharaf. Erin gave up ten years of working as a Primary Care Provider with a Master’s in Integrative Medicine to focus instead on living a life of mindfulness and freedom.
She is now focused on building her various business ventures and we discuss some of them today. We also talk about how she is doing it in her own way and ignoring the “experts”.
“I, maybe some people would say, should have more of a master plan about where it’s all going but as long as it’s busy enough and fulfilling enough, I’ve been sort of having fun just seeing what shows up.” – Erin Sharaf
Erin also talks about whether or not she would do anything differently if she had a chance to go back and do it all over again. Lastly, I mention two things that will be happening in honor of this being my 50th episode!
“I think you don’t know what you don’t know and I think I had to see that suffering in order to really be able to help some of the people that are still in it.” – Erin Sharaf
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Mentioned in this Episode:
→ The Soul of Money: Reclaiming the Wealth of Our Inner Resources*
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To learn more about Erin, check out her website.
*If you purchase this book, I will receive a percentage of the sale at NO additional cost to you so it’s a win for BOTH of us! 🙂
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