“Do NEVER forget that your problems are your gold dust.” John Paul Flintoff
On this episode, we’re joined on the show by John Paul Flintoff – a bestselling author, performer, TED speaker, and leadership coach. His books have been published in 16 languages worldwide.
John-Paul has been a bin man, a scuba diver, a taxi driver, a gardener, an ice cream man, a hairdresser, an assistant undertaker, a waiter, an illustrator, an executive PA, a high wire window cleaner, a photographer, an amateur boxer, and a rat catcher.
He has authored a novel and five books of non-fiction. His extremely popular ‘How to Change the World’, published in 16 languages, offers a powerful reminder that through the generations, society has been transformed by the actions of individuals who understood that if they didn’t like something, they could change it.
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In this episode, we discuss:
1. The number one thing holding most people back (2:55)
2. How to get out of your own way (3:39)
3. The importance of having a purpose (10:05)
4. How to Find Your Purpose (14:09)
6. Why you should be very curious about you think of other people (34:10)
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