The Considered Life with Daniel Bruce Levin

The Considered Life

18-12-2020 • 1 Std. 23 Min.

He walked away from the opportunity to run a multi-billion dollar dollar company to hitchhike around the world to find happiness and inner peace. He studied 5 years in a seminary and left 1 day before being ordained and lived as a monk in a monastery for 10 years. He led the growth of Hay House, the world’s largest publishing company in the self-help and self-development category, from 3million a year in sales to 100 million a year in sales.

Daniel Bruce Levin is a rare blend of businessman and mystic.

He sat with the richest people in the world and the poorest of the poor and he has seen that everyone wants the same thing and we are going to find out what that is.

He is the author of The Mosaic, the touching story about Mo who lost is father, and we are going to discover more about it in this episode.

In this episode we talk about how losing one's parents early on profoundly impacts the entire life, the reality of perception, how we create stories and why they are important and detrimental at the same time, how walking into a room full of three piece suits and calling out sh*t can save a company, the importance of listening, and many other things.