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Erwin McManus on The Way of the Warrior

Erwin McManus on The Way of the Warrior

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On today's episode we chat with Erwin Raphael McManus about his new book, "The Way of the Warrior: An Ancient Path to Inner Peace." Erwin is known as a cultural visionary for his progressive integration of spirituality and creativity. Throughout the interview Erwin shares insights into how faith can be a catalyst for creativity in the journey of building our dreams and ideas. His perspectives on the journey of peace leads us to his seven 'Codes of the Warrior' and how practicing humility, focus, ownership, clarity, strength, and vulnerability can establish peace in our lives ultimately effecting a global change in our homes, neighborhoods, and communities.


We also discuss: faith and entrepreneurship, how to navigate transition in life and business, loosing faith and finding God, creativity, and more


Recommended Reading: 'Way of The Warrior'


About Erwin Raphael McManus

Erwin Raphael McManus is an iconoclast, artist, and cultural thought leader known for his integration of creativity and spirituality. He is the founder of MOSAIC, a church movement started in the heart of Hollywood with campuses across Los Angeles, Orange County, Mexico City and Seattle, and a global community that spans the across the world. Erwin is the acclaimed author of “The Last Arrow,” “The Artisan Soul,” “Soul Cravings,” and “The Barbarian Way.” His books have sold more than a million copies worldwide. He lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife, Kim McManus.


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Website: http://erwinmcmanus.com/

Facebook: www.facebook.com/erwinmcmanus 

Twitter: @erwinmcmanus

Instagram: @erwinmcmanus


Today's episode is sponsored by Mighty Travels and OpportunityInChina.com

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Erwin McManus on The Way of the Warrior

Erwin McManus on The Way of the Warrior