Philip McKernan – Create A Life That Means Something – Part 2

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Robert Kaltschmitt
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Thank you for this amazing video!!

Jason Bushell
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One of the best things I’ve ever seen. Completely.

Daphne Diluce
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Philip McKernan is REAL! The way he gives insights to finding your emotions and getting honest with yourself is awsome!!!

Bart De Bruin
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So many takeaways. Where to begin. Like Philip said in part one, I think the books are on hold for a while, I’m going to be returning to these two clips a lot.

I genuinely hope you lot get as much from this as I do.

Lucky Jide Salu
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This to me was why I became a member of LRA. What a classic edition. Must watch every quarter. I have bookmarked. Thanks @londonrealtv. Can’t stopping thanking you.

Adam Marc Williams
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His method is so insightful, even without being there in person I discovered some very profound insecurities watching this.

No idea what to do with them but just acknowledging they are there and journaling them feels like a positive step 🙂

ralph vettese
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Great talk, very interesting and thought provoking.
Some very wise nuggets to take away.

Randall Harvey
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Great

Brunino Condello
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And when he said
Who are you ? Batman ?
Top line there !!

Brunino Condello
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This had made me reflect so much on how, emotionally, I just can’t get over so many past business failures and how I have felt inadequate about my self in the eyes of my peers and parents – and how I have this self imposed vision of what I want for my children –
Thank you !!!

Juris Baltacs
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I hadn’t appreciated the value of vulnerability before the LRA and this episode made me value it even more.

Marie Lee
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That was amazing – thank you

Luis Rivera, Jr.
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Man this had me in the depths of myself and has me looking at everything with a new set of eyes. I’d say this is some of the most powerful content I’ve heard in a long time on self development. Thank you @londonrealtv

Louise Carrier
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Totally agree Arwa this completely reduced me to tears! This is how life should be; how I want to communicate with people. Vulnerability x

Arwa Stone
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Arwa Stone

It was very emotional sitting in front. I could feel his authenticity. When he talked about the masks and the lady who behaved a different way at home and at work, it reminded me of my own masks. It’s a work in progress. I used to have so many masks when I was growing up and I hated it. Eventually, I got p’d off with all these masks I used socially, and especially in front of fake people. Breaking through my own Batwoman, sometimes I feel a couple of these masks trying to slip up. I have to keep reminding… Read more »

Boris Verbrugge
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It is interesting that I ask myself when watching this “What is your purpose?” or “What is it you want to do?” But somehow me trying answering those questions is not the answer. I think the answer is to stop using my brain as a computing tool to act upon goals created by my brain. I have to just do whatever I feel I want to do that comes naturally. I don’t have to think what it will bring. Because that is again using the “what if” with your brain-tool. I should use my whole being as a collaboration between… Read more »

Paul Doran
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I thought Phil made some really great points. Particularly around how we tend to layer problems to protect an original injury. I once heard a great explanation that used the analogy of removing thorns.