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Pursuit With Purpose

Pursuit With Purpose

Author: Melyssa Griffin

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I know first hand that it’s way too easy to slip into the rat race of competition and comparison. In 2016, I hit my first million-dollar year in my business...yet, I was totally miserable. At the time, I was focused on numbers and status, rather than what would actually bring me real happiness and create an impact in the world. That all changed. This podcast is about my journey to meaning and fulfillment and how you can bring it to your own life - today and every day.
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How to Recover From Burnout and Infuse More Joy and Creativity Back Into Your Work, with Sunny Lenarduzzi
Hey Everyday World Changers! If you have ever felt burnt out from work or life, and you’re unsure of how to get your creativity and joy back, then this episode is for you. Today I’m chatting with YouTube sensation Sunny Lenarduzzi, who built a massively successful 7-figure business and an audience of hundreds of thousands of people. As you’ll hear, what a lot of people don’t tell you about success, and what we’re digging deep in today, is that achieving some kind of success in any area of life can lead to more pressure, more anxiety and a whole lot of fear. What happens when you combine all of these things together? It can lead to burnout and a total lack of creativity, and in Sunny’s case, an anxiety attack that put her in the hospital. If something you once loved doing now feels like a chore and you’re struggling to get your mojo back, then you’ll want to hear what Sunny has to say in this episode. She is extremely open about her struggles and triumphs, and you will enjoy the fun, free flowing conversation that we have about success, burnout and what it really takes to create a purpose-driven and joyful life. I especially love the activity that Sunny shares with us at the very end of the episode, which I know will help you feel even more fulfilled and proud of yourself for the work that you do every single day. If this episode resonated with you, it would make my day if you could take a screenshot of you listening on your device. Post it on your Instagram feed or stories, and tag me, @melyssa_griffin, and let me know how helped you. Knowing that people like you are listening to this podcast is honestly what keeps this show going!
The Secret to Discovering Which Patterns You’re Creating That are Keeping You From Your Highest Self, with Leesa Renee Hall
Hey Everyday World Changers! Today’s guest, Leesa Renee Hall, is quite literally one of my favorite people. She’s the kind of woman who is unapologetically herself and says what’s on her mind and her heart, even if she knows that some people may get rubbed in the wrong way. As a recovering “nice girl” myself, this is something that I’ve been working on bringing into my life more too, and I’m just so inspired by how Leesa shows up in the world. We dig really deep here, and in this conversation we talk about a unique writing practice that Leesa teaches and says is one of the best things she’s ever done for developing more self-awareness, discovering who she truly is deep down and embodying more of herself in everything she does. She knows a thing or two about writing and vulnerability, because she is the author of 7 (almost 8!) books, and more recently, has turned her attention to writing about the intersection of race, spirituality and leadership. In this discussion she’ll help you dissect your own identity in a really meaningful way, so that you can truly see who it is you’re being in order to become who you’re really meant to be. If this episode resonated with you, it would make my day if you could take a screenshot of you listening on your device. Post it on your Instagram feed or stories, and tag me, @melyssa_griffin, and let me know how helped you. Knowing that people like you are listening to this podcast is honestly what keeps this show going!
The Counterintuitive Way to Stop Feeling Like Crap and Fall in Love With Your Life, with Amber Rae
Today’s guest is someone I deeply admire for her creative and free spirited approach to life and business. Amber Rae is an author, artist and a speaker whose work invites you to live your truth, befriend your emotions and express your talents to the world in a bigger way. Her writing blends raw, personal storytelling with actionable “a-ha” moments and has reached more than 5 million people in 195 countries. Amber’s public art has spread to more than 20 countries and she has spoken at and collaborated with brands like Kate Spade, Apple and Amazon. In today’s episode we’re talking about some of the important lessons from her new book, Choose Wonder Over Worry. Amber opens up about her past relationships, her career and her desire to always achieve more, and she shares how this mentality never really seemed to bring her joy. She also gives special techniques that help her transcend her fears, feel more happy and not get so caught up in worry and anxious thoughts. If you are ready to transform your life, embrace your emotions and infuse more creativity into every day, then this episode is for you. I have some very special announcements to make! This podcast is a year old now, and to celebrate you have a chance to win amazing prizes such as a $100 Amazon gift car, a custom journal, Brain Dust (the super blend that I swear by!) and some bestselling books from past guests of Pursuit With Purpose, like Mark Manson, Nataly Kogan and Mastin Kipp. To enter all you have to do is go to iTunes, search for Pursuit With Purpose under “Podcasts”, and then subscribe to the show and leave a review (make sure to put your Instagram handle in your review so we can reach out to you if you’re a winner). This amazing giveaway is open until June 29th, 2018, so head over to iTunes right away and enter! But wait – I have more big news for you. We are launching a free Facebook group for listeners of the podcast, because community is so important in life. To join, head over to http://pursuitwithpurpose.com/community, where we’ll be diving deeper into each episode and I’ll be hosting Facebook Live classes to share more of the behind-the-scenes of the podcast, and much more. We’re also planning to host in-person meet ups for listeners around the world, and I can wait to meet you. If this episode resonated with you, it would make my day if you could take a screenshot of you listening on your device. Post it on your Instagram feed or stories, and tag me, @melyssa_griffin, and let me know how helped you. Knowing that people like you are listening to this podcast is honestly what keeps this show going!
How Meditation and Mindfulness Can Help You Add More REAL Love and Happiness to Your Life, with Sharon Salzberg
When I started learning about meditation a couple of years ago, today’s guest was a name I kept hearing over, and over, and over again. Sharon Salzberg is one of the most prominent figures in the field on meditation and a world-renowned teacher, as well as a New York Times bestselling author with 10 books. Sharon has played a crucial role in bringing mediation and mindfulness practices to the West and into mainstream culture since 1974. My favorite thing about Sharon is her focus on love, and how meditation can help us love more deeply and more often for both ourselves and everyone else in our lives. In this interview we talk about Sharon’s traumatic past, which led her to look for tools to help her heal and eventually led her to mediation. We also talk about what mindfulness even is and why most people who think they’re bad at mediation are wrong. Of course, she shares how to do it the right way and if you stick around until the end of this episode, you’ll even get to hear Sharon lead us in an exclusive loving-kindness meditation. This will add more peace, joy and love to your day – in a matter of just minutes. If this episode resonated with you, it would make my day if you could take a screenshot of you listening on your device. Post it on your Instagram feed or stories, and tag me, @melyssa_griffin, and let me know how helped you. Knowing that people like you are listening to this podcast is honestly what keeps this show going!
The Unique Way to Identify and Heal the Emotional Trauma That’s Keeping You From Living Your Best Life, with Mastin Kipp
Hello Everyday World Changers! I’m grateful to introduce you to today’s guest, Mastin Kipp. You might know Mastin from The Daily Love, which was his popular website and email subscription that he used to operate. It’s how I discovered him years ago and I’ve always looked up to him because of it. Mastin is now a best-selling author, renowned public speaker and the creator of Functional Life Coaching, which is an innovative, unique and accelerated approach to creating lasting personal and business change. He’s been recognized by leaders like Oprah Winfrey, Tony Robbins and Arianna Huffington as a thought leader in personal development. Mastin’s latest book, Claim Your Power, is a 40-day journey to unlocking your life’s purpose, healing yourself from the inside-out and becoming who you were truly meant to me. In this interview Mastin is talking about something that as he says, he’s never discussed really anywhere else before. He shares his method for healing the trauma you’ve experienced in your life, whether it is big or small. He’s got tactical tips for both your mindset and your physical health that are going to help you to heal that trauma so you can live your best, happiest and most transformational life - right this very second. He also shares his story about hitting “rock bottom”, becoming addicted to drugs and how he was able to pull himself out of his lowest point to create a transformational brand that has helped millions.
The Surprising Secrets for Becoming a Happier Person, with Nataly Kogan
I am so excited to share this episode with guest Nataly Kogan. Nataly is the founder and CEO of Happier, which is a global learning platform and app that has helped more than one million people live happier lives. Her work has been featured in hundreds of media outlets including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Tedx Boston and more. Today she is sharing some of the top tips from her latest book, Happier Now. Nataly really brings it here and she’s got the knowledge, the stories and the attitude to really help you make a transformation in your life! This episode inspired me deeply. I love the charisma and realistic outlook that Nataly brings to this conversation. Not to mention, she shares tons of practical tips and advice for anyone who wants to live their happiest life, right now. You’ll also hear about how she came to the US as a refugee from the Soviet Union and ended up building an incredibly successful business, but it ended up being unfulfilling to her. Now she focuses more on finding joy and purpose in her life instead of chasing achievements. Can you relate to that? I know I sure can as I’ve totally been there too. This is one of my favorite episodes to date, and if you enjoyed it too and got something out of it, I would be so happy if you could take a screenshot of you listening to it on your device. Post it on your Instagram feed or stories, and tag me, @melyssa_griffin, and let me know how it’s resonated and helped you in your life!
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Comments (16)

Dr. Marissa Castello

this is my favorite podcast. I always find the content so relevant to what I am experiencing. big thanks!

Oct 13th
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PRANAY KAMBLE

your voice is very nice ! I loved it. keep it up with podcast.

Aug 26th
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Sabra Al Said

Oh how much I loved this. Such a self awakening feeling it gave me. Thank you so much, you dig so deep girl. Keep up the good work.

Aug 21st
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Dewey Hutson

when will you be back

Aug 16th
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Lori Calley

I loved this episode! So inspiring, informative, etc..

Aug 12th
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haley mills

what was the link he mentioned for 50% off viome?

Aug 6th
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Charisse Ulibarri

I love this episode. Thank for for the encouragement! We could all benefit from just remembering we are all on this journey of life together.

Aug 3rd
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Jamie Engan

loved this. so impactful. your podcast overall is really helping me change my life and how I see myself. thank you so much!

Jul 6th
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Aaron Craven

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Jun 24th
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Becky Riddick

Loved this episode so much!

Jun 23rd
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Kiana Amirifar

Hi again! Thank you so much for this episode, it felt as if you were speaking directly to me and my problems (& I'm sure many others). Loved the mindfulness chant at the end and I'll be implementing safe, happy and peaceful in my meditations from here on. Thanks again :)

Jun 22nd
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Kiana Amirifar

Hello, new time listener of your pod! This episode has been so extremely relatable to my sufferings. Except mine has taken a bit of a different turn. Y'all talk about focusing on helping others and how healing that is and I 110% agree, but my mind has used that as a clutch for years to avoid actually taking care of myself. I would love an episode about how to get myself to want to love and care for myself before I try to care for the world. Thanks so much 🤗

Jun 14th
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Kiana Amirifar

Dale Wrey Wow, that was a beautiful reply and appreciate all of the sentiment going into that :) a lot of that resonated with me and how I have been feeling towards myself. I took a screenshot so I can read that over and over. I hope you enjoy the pod!!

Jun 23rd
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Dale Wrey

Kiana Amirifar Kiana, I (think) I understand exactly how you're feeling. There's only so much that you can give of yourself to others that it can literally drain you...and then some become insulted when you just can't give anymore because you're running on empty. It sounds like you've also heard enough of "Happiness is something that you get by giving it away". It sounds like you may just need to give Kiana a much deserved break and focus on what makes you happy and loved. Learn from yesterday, live for today and hope for tomorrow. Today is the day you worried about yesterday, though it may not have been the day you hoped for but you made your way through it. We need to realize that Right Now is all we have. yesterdays regrets and our fears or worries of tomorrow get us nowhere. Nowhere that we want to be anyway. Seize this very moment, give yourself a big hug and love yourself-just for a moment. Rinse and repeat if you're fortunate enough to have another moment. Try and be grateful for and cherish each moment. Life's too short. Truly yesterday is history, tomorrow's a mystery ... all we have is the present. perhaps that's why it's also called a gift. Live a life you love and you will love life and yourself. There is no worse waste beyond being who we are instead of of being who we could have become. I wish you all the best. Now I think I'll check out this podcast. I've never listened to one.

Jun 21st
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Matthew T Erickson

so all the "feel good".. "what can I do to help others" went right into the trash when I hear comments on the cast that both women, dumped "great.. supportive guys" to pursue their own new adventures. about the only good thing that can be taken away, is that hopefully those guys found someone more deserving of them.. but to hear you promoting this type of self destructivec behavior??? people often end up in ruts and feel unhappy when they aren't growing.. they decide they need change and destroy so much to make change.. ultimately, it was just their perception, their attitude, they needed to change. the scary thing is, most people listening to pods like these, are in that rut. how many may consider taking your lead? how much pain? yet none of the casters consider or take responsibility for their advices. hated this episode.. and lost me..

Jun 13th
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