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Michael is an author, coach, trainer, yoga teacher, entrepreneur and co-founder of Endless Stages. One of his specialties is helping anyone move from fear of speaking in front of others to powerfully sharing their message with any size group or audience. For years Michael struggled with health issues, addictions and low self-esteem. Then one day he’d had had enough and became willing to make a change. It wasn’t easy. He had to stop dreaming about what he wanted – and begin to take massive action by applying the Law of GOYA. Everything changed through sobriety, walking, food and yoga. Many of his friends and colleagues urged me to use his metamorphosis to inspire others.
At one point, Jack Canfield (Chicken Soup for the Soul) reminded Michael that “your mess is your message.” He went on to join Michael’s book for his #1 bestselling book, “Falling Down Getting UP.” Michael has owned (or partnered) in several successful yoga studios – and in his prior business coached other studio owners around the world on attracting and enrolling new students – while increasing revenue and profits (over $40 million in sales). Michael has helped certify about 7,000 yoga teachers and as a teacher, his primary focus in class, is to help the students calm the mind and increase awareness.
We chat about what do blackberries have to do with being an entrepreneur?
How nature teaches us to take quantum leaps?
Why everyone’s story is so important?
Michael explains what he means by “miserable failure can take you to the top.”
Michael also shares his personal struggles after a waterskiing accident and how he almost never walked again…
I ask him how he went from barely being able to walk 10 feet to walking two miles in two weeks?
To learn more about Michael and his inspirational work head to his website at Michael Harris.