All posts by Filip Sierpinski

Jay Wong

E.46 – Why Emulating Your Heroes Won’t Bring You Success – Jay Wong

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I brought Jay onto the show because he’s amazing (I want to stop writing there and let you guys discover that for yourself but I’m not going to be a dick).

Jay has been immensely supportive on my journey. He is the executive producer and host of the Inner Changemaker Podcast.

In a little over 2 years, he’s turned his podcast into a $100,000 revenue generating machine. He recently sold his first business, Toronto Internet Marketers. Read More

David Brower

E.45 – How to Authentically Connect with People – David Brower

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My guest this time around is David Brower. David worked in the entertainment industry for 20 years outside of the USA. He worked with Disney and headed world movie premieres in Europe, and the Middle East for IMAX.

After 20 years in entertainment, David decided to switch career paths. Today he is the man behind the Alivefulness Movement and founder of Sensorial Experience Days.

I brought David onto the show to talk about how we can connect with people deeply and authentically from the heart. Read More

Filip Sierpinski, Calvin Simpson, Paul Lam

E.44 – How Three Guys Took a Shot at Their Dream & What Happened

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“The opposite of fear is love. Love of the challenge. Love of the work. The pure joyous passion to take a shot at our dream and see if we can pull it off.”

– Steven Pressfield

This episode is a little bit different. Instead of me interviewing a guest, we did a collaborative podcast.

What is a collaborative podcast? Well, let me tell you.
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JuVan Langford

E. 43 – JuVan Langford – Tell A Story That Serves You

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JuVan Langford is a men’s empowerment coach or as he describes himself “I do whatever it takes.”

JuVan runs the Elevation Effect, a program specialized for men that he does all over the world. He has 2 coaching programs, the Elevated Man Academy and Choose Higher, both designed to support men.

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E. 41 – Mark Groves – Living in the Unknown, Dating, and Relationships

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Mark Groves is a human connection specialist and creator of the Masters of the Universe Summit. With over 86 thousand followers on Instagram, his practical and down to earth relationship advice is consumed by thousands every single day.

I brought Mark on for exactly that reason – to jam about relationships as I know this is a pain point for many in my audience. Read More

Heal Your Emotions

How to Heal Emotional Pain Without Visiting a Therapist

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Emotional pain can arise from past relationships, losing a loved one, being confused with our sexuality, traumatic experiences, and other reasons.

Dealing with this pain is typically unpleasant, thus we resort to avoiding it.

I recently had the privilege of interviewing Kelsey Grant, a self-love expert, for my podcast.

One of the most powerful ideas that came out of our conversations is that our pain is valuable. It can teach us but we’re normally unwilling to listen. Read More

Kelsey Grant

Ep 40 – Kelsey Grant – Moving Forward Powerfully When Pain Has Been Your Messenger

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“The more and more you claim the wholeness of your being, the higher you will absolutely sore in your life.”

– Kelsey Grant

The One Takeaway

Listen To What Your Pain Has To Tell You.

Typically when we feel pain, our natural reaction is to turn away from it and adopt a victim mentality. “Why me?” “What did I do to deserve this?” Read More

Preston Smiles, Alexi Panos, Ruby Fremon

The 3 Biggest Lessons I Learned From My Podcast Guests in 2016

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For me 2016 was an interesting year, it was a year where I came forward with something that I never planned on sharing publically, I left my corporate job to pursue a passion project which is turning into a career, and I started living in deeper alignment with who I am.

Admitting that I was bisexual and that I’ve had sexual affairs with men for many years was something I never imagined doing. But the shame and depression leading a double life had on me became unbearable. Read More