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Going Conscious

Jul 27, 2022

Welcome to episode 100 of Going Conscious! That’s a lot of powerful conversations and brilliant people I have been lucky enough to speak with. This milestone has got me reflecting and noticing how much I myself have evolved over this time. In this episode I share reflections on how I have personally grown over this journey of the first 100 episodes, and what I would like to see in the next 100 episodes.


In this recap episode you will hear the first parts of four Going Conscious episodes that centre around channeling purpose. Purpose is core to everything that every Going Conscious guest does and a main foundation of their success. What is purpose, can you find it and what parts of conventional purpose discourse are irrelevant to you? You will hear different perspectives and insights from four angles and personal experiences of purpose. Enjoy discovering this inspiration and checking out some of the interviews you may have missed.


We will hear from serial entrepreneur, business leader and bestselling business author Catherine Bell on how purpose and profit can exist together, from author, consultancy founder and touring professional speaker Laura Gassner Otting on how to make sure you don’t end up with other people’s definitions of purpose, from award/winning barrister Abi Johnson on her threads of purpose and journey to activism, and another bestselling author of awardwinning book The Purpose Myth, Charlotte Cramer, on the purpose vacuum and how to get out of it. These four people all have profound stories and are widely recognised thoughtleaders.


Please let me know in a short review which episode, guest or takeaway grabs your attention, and I’ll be reading some out as listener shout-outs soon.


To listen to the full episodes, search for:

#73 Catherine Bell

#40 Laura Gassner Otting

#85 Abi Johnson

#63 Charlotte Cramer


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