256: Chris Randall: Finding The Flow Is The Way To Go
Todays guest is a man who has a thing going on which when I heard about it I knew that I had to have him on the show.
How many times have you heard me talk about finding that thing in your life when you literally lose hours at a time.
You get so engrossed in the activity that you look at the clock and think “God it feels that I just had breakfast and it’s lunchtime already!”
It might have been a while since you last felt that feeling whilst working in your current job or occupation.
And that is where our guest comes in.
He provides his life changing method “Flowcoaching” to lead a highly successful and well rewarded life doing what matters most to you.
He believes as I do that it can also transform any business into a happy, creative and passionate place that inspirational people seek out.
You enjoy yourself more, get more things done, and therefore have more free time for yourself.
Yep cake and eat it time.
But he wasn’t always on this path, as he was once a banking litigation lawyer before building (from scratch) and running a successful international investment banking recruitment business; in his last 3 years he personally billed over £2.75 million in revenue and juggled that task with the responsibility of running and managing the business.
Nowadays, however he no longer believes he has to be ‘hard-nosed’ to get things done, however, he is just as keen on adding value to his clients’ lives and businesses.
And of course enjoying himself too. He loves climbing a mountain or two. Can’t beat jumping on his bike. And is even a world record breaker!
So when did he realise that the ability to immerse yourself in an activity in such a way is the way to go?
And does he see more and more people now looking for the same things in life?
Well lets find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots, the one and only Mr Chris Randall
During the episode we discussed such weighty topics such as:
How he now realises that at University he wasn’t being true to himself, and went for jobs he knew that he could do, and not those that he would love to do.
Why the education system seems to him as a conveyor belt for industry and lacks creativity for children to really follow their passions and believe in themselves.
How companies should focus as much on happiness as the bottom line, and really thinks that this approach would make a world of difference to everyone.
Why we should all ask ourselves the questions…what do I really love doing, were do I love being, and what am I truly great at?
You will hear the two of us go head to head in a battle of the Yoda Impressions……who will win do you think???
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