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Episode 3: Yaron Engler: Lead with Your Heart and let Your Head Follow

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Today I am joined by Yaron Engler, a coach, musician, and speaker who challenges his audience and clients to step away from their comfort zones towards a more fulfilling life. His spirited and genuine presentations create a free, safe environment through which creativity can flow and boundaries can be broken.

For over 20 years, Yaron has been touring the world, living in several different countries, and this long journey opened both his eyes and his heart in ways that he now uses to serve other people. Fluent in three languages, Yaron has delivered workshops, masterclasses, and talks in the US, Europe, Asia, and Australia and was a featured speaker at TEDx Jaffa 2012.

Key Points From This Episode:

  • Hear how Yaron got started on his journey to work with men, and how he discovered his drive.
  • Yaron shares his experience discovering the good, the bad, and the ugly of coaching.
  • Find out about Yaron’s favorite coaches and mentors who inspired him.
  • Learn why Yaron always invites people to live without regrets, to live life for experiences.
  • Discover the most toxic habits that Yaron sees in his work with coaching clients.
  • Yaron shares the first steps men can take to find their purpose in life.
  • Understand what prevents men today from living a more intimate relationship with theirpartners.
  • Hear as Yaron shares his powerful vision for the men he works with and their journeys.
  • The two books that Yaron recommends that every man reads.
  • How can a man find the balance between being a macho jerk and the “nice guy”?
  • The advice that would have changed he’s life forever.
  • Learn how to really connect with others beyond words. 

     

    Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:

Yaron on Twitter — https://twitter.com/yaronenglerYaron Engler — http://yaronengler.com/
David Deida — https://deida.info/
No More Mr. Nice Guy by Robert A. Glover — https://www.amazon.com/No-More-Mr-Nice-Guy/ dp/0762415339

3 Comments

  1. Sola Mathew on 05/03/2017 at 9:17 PM

    I love the fact That Yaron puts mirror in front of his mentees to look at themselves.

    The truth is that many of us would have been better if we could really look at The Mirror.

    And yes, Calin, I love your voice ☺️.

    • Yaron Engler on 08/29/2017 at 4:31 AM

      Hi Sola.
      Thanks for your message.
      The mirror was a metaphor. Your comment made me think about actually using a mirror but I don’t think that would work. People have too much attachment to the face, the body and the stories, My invitation is to look much deeper than that inside themselves where there is a lot more to discover.

  2. SolaMathew on 05/03/2017 at 9:19 PM

    Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    I love the fact That Yaron puts mirror in front of his mentees to look at themselves.

    The truth is that many of us would have been better if we could really look at The Mirror.

    And yes, Calin, I love your voice ☺️.

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