Philip McKernan, the modern-day philosopher of the human experience, is a guy who truly wants to get behind the curtain to help us seek real clarity and move past our roadblocks. Philip gets beyond the seen and unseen blocks in our minds to develop a...
Philip McKernan, the modern-day philosopher of the human experience, is a guy who truly wants to get behind the curtain to help us seek real clarity and move past our roadblocks. Philip gets beyond the seen and unseen blocks in our minds to develop a clear path to our dreams. He believes the way to a happy and fulfilling life is through the meaning we derive in life through our work, our relationships, and the most important relationship of all, the relationship with one's self. When people ask Philip what he does, how does he like to reply? If I ask his wife, Pauline, what he does, what would she say? His Mum said that even at a young age, people would come to Philip to help them sort out particular problems - why? What is the sense Philip gets when someone isn't truthful to themselves? What does he feel? Is there a difference between hearing and listening? When someone answers a question, Philip gets a sense there is more that they are not saying. How does he know? Is dissension from the right place valuable? Philip felt he wasn't heard as a child. How is he going about making sure his children feel they are honestly heard? By not showing vulnerability as parents are we being of a disservice to our kids? What story did Philip tell himself that held him back in his own life? Are we seeing and having less clarity due to distractions and the pace of life? Is our busyness leading to loneliness? Do we use other people as an excuse not to do what matters? Why our greatest gift lies right next to our deepest wounds Are people terrified of meeting themselves? How do we know what to trust in ourselves? Where is the intersection of trust and intuition? It's not just The 5 Regrets of the Dying; it's also the living with regrets. Has Philip ever faced his mortality? What scares Philip? How has Philip's One Last Talk changed in the last year? How has Philip simplified his life in the last 100 days? LINKS Philip McKernan website https://philipmckernan.com/about/
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