A Story From A Conscious Entrepreneur
In today's episode, you will learn more about:
Being born in the Soviet Union and living life the way you were “supposed to” according to societies expectations
Growing up where being an entrepreneur is illegal to then becoming an entrepreneur…
What kind of mindset shifts you need to do big things in business
What does Conscious Business mean?
Giving without an equal exchange. It creates an out of balance system.
Rich & Poor people mindsets according to T. Harv Eker book
Rich play to win, poor play to survive.
“I would rather go bankrupt with a smile on my face, than struggle through the crisis. As long as I have myself and my experiences, I’ll get back on my feet to create something new.”
What is the secret to living a happy life?
Navigating through painful emotions
Plus, much more…
Millionaire Mind by T Harv Eker
Book: Emotional Agility by Susan David
Kristina Mand-Lakhiani is a serial entrepreneur, international speaker, and artist. She started her career in a government office in her native Estonia and by her mid-20s achieved a level of success mostly known to male politicians at the end of their careers. It was shortly after that Kristina and her husband Vishen founded Mindvalley. From a small meditation business, operating out of the couple’s apartment in New York, the company quickly grew into a global educational organization offering top training for peak human performance to hundreds of thousands of students all around the world.
Kristina believes life is too important to be taken seriously and makes sure to bring fun into every one of her roles: as a teacher, mother, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and a world traveler. Kristina helps her students to virtually hack happiness by taking them through her unique framework.
Her personal life is as rich and plentiful, if not more, as her professional life. Whether it’s singing her two children to sleep, playing the harp or immersing herself into classical literature or going offline in Amazon jungles Kristina is set on taking in every moment and invites us to do the same. Her honesty and authenticity are breathtaking, in a truly educational conversation on dealing with emotions and the search for the true meaning of happiness.
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