I was lucky enough at young age to learn a valuable lesson –  big dreams are possible if you apply yourself to a vision.

One of my best friends taught me this.

At a young age, Rob lost his mom, 2 grandmas and a close friend of ours to cancer in the span of 1.5 years.

Rob decided to take matters into his own hands. He assembled a group of friends, myself included, and launched Skate4Cancer. An organization that began with a skateboarding marathon from Los Angeles, California to our hometown of Newmarket, Ontario.

Skating over 8,000km and raising funds for Princess Maraget we accomplished what many said was impossible. Especially when organized by a group of measly high school kids.

That was the beginning of Skate4Cancer and the start of understanding what is possible if you apply yourself to a vision.

In July of 2015, I realized I was on the wrong life trajectory. I was working in the finance world and felt disconnected from my purpose. I felt I wasn’t living the life I imagined for myself.

Following in Rob’s footsteps I decided to take responsibility for the life I was living – or not living.

In September 2015, I launched my blog and podcast called Your Next Chapter.

My goal was simple, to provide myself and those around me with a podcast to create a life they love.

My journey with my podcast took me to places I never imagined but in October of 2017 I decided to put my podcast on hold.

I gained valuable insights about myself. Emotionally and spiritually I’m in a much better place. Coming forward about the struggles I’ve had with my sexuality has been highly liberating and has allowed me to live in greater alignment with myself.

Though I still don’t have all the answers I continue to better understand this aspect of my life.

My podcast still remains on the website and covers topics ranging from relationships to self-love, to designing a lifestyle you love and living connected to your path and purpose

All my blog posts and podcasts are meant to serve you. To support you in gaining more clarity with yourself and the path you aim to execute on.

Thank you for stopping by and send me a message if you wish to connect.

With Gratitude,

Filip Sierpinski