Our lives are filled with limiting beliefs. Some of those beliefs keep us stuck in a rut, at a job we don’t love, trudging toward a retirement that isn’t guaranteed. In this episode, Stephen Heiner shares how reading The 4-Hour Work Week forced him to challenge his own limiting beliefs.
While the lessons didn’t sink in right away, sixteen years later, Stephen has discovered his ikigai. Roughly translated, ikigai means “reason to live” and is one of the Okinawans’ 3 secrets to a long life.
Find out what limiting beliefs are holding you back and how to find your ikigai in this week’s episode of Everyday Lessons Every Day.
Referenced in this episode:
The 4-Hour Work Week: Escape the 9-5, Live Anywhere and Join the New Rich by Timothy Ferriss
Everyday Lessons Every Day
Based on David McBee's book, Everyday Lessons Every Day: A Journey From Grumpy To Grateful, this podcast is for anyone who believes in personal growth and wants to improve every day.
David looks for everyday lessons in books, music, movies and other places. When he finds something that is inspiring or educational to share, he tells stories about the lessons collects and helps the listener further understand the value of the lessons.
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