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Dan Millman and the Creative Compass is the topic today on Exploring Mind and Body. Today just like last week, we’re talking about Dan’s new book. I feel so very fortunate to have Dan back on the show with us, given that this is show #120 it’s almost been 100 shows since Dan was last on. We had Dan on way back at show #22! So again it’s great to have Dan back and we very much appreciate his time.
Questions Dan Answers on the show:
What was your favorite part of the book?
What was it like to have your daughter critique your work once she got older?
Can you share your unicycle story that you talk about in the Creative Compass and explain how that helped you write this book?
Explain your alter ego that you talk about in the Creative Compass and how you actually talk to yourself.
There are a number of other things Dan talks about as we go through my notes in the interview and as he talks about creating his new book with his daughter Sierra. If you’re interested in writing or simply to improve your lifestyle through writing I highly suggest you pick up the Creative Compass and find out what resonates in you.
Once again I couldn’t be more grateful to have Dan Millman and the Creative Compass as the topic for today’s show, it’s so nice to be able to talk to a real person especially someone that’s positively influenced my own life the way that he has. I’m a big fan of the Peaceful Warrior along with Body Mind Mastery and others as well that Dan has written. Dan actually took some extra time off air to give me some personal advise for business and life that meant so much to me.
I really hope you enjoy the show and if you get a chance have a look at some of Dan’s other works he’s written, they’ve certainly changed my life for the better and they can for you too. Thanks so much for reading, listening and or downloading, each one of you that tune in gives me the opportunity to continue to do this so thank you for that.
If you’re interested in a copy of the Creative Compass, you can find it here:
this mans books saved my life more than once. When I’m down and want to be in a better place, I just read his books.