Is growth possible without suffering? Leveling up in life requires a ton of growth - both in confidence and in skills. How can we acquire both of these without suffering? Our guest today is Sophie McLean, a wisdom teacher who has spent decades leading transformational seminars to over 200,000 people around the world. She likes to explore the universal existential questions of “Who am I?” and “What is my life about?” while also focusing on the nature of what it means to be human. She is the author of The Elegance of Simplicity: A Wisdom Teacher’s Epic Journey to Awareness and offers an effortless pathway to awareness. She also shares the secrets she's discovered about the process of self-discovery, how you know when you’ve discovered something meaningful about yourself, and how to settle on a topic or brand for yourself if you want to be a known speaker or author. Get access to Sophie's free course, The Call of the Soul, here.
More about Sophie:
Born in Algeria, educated in Morocco and France, and with a professional career in the USA and UK, Sophie McLean has had an eventful life. She’s been a helicopter pilot, a teacher, a designer, a relief worker, a war refugee, and a CEO. She’s been shot at, shipwrecked, and widowed. She’s lived on a farm, a boat, a penthouse, and an ashram.
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