Inspired Wealth #2 with Chris Attwood

Chris Attwood

Chris Attwood

In this episode I interview  Chris Attwood, co-author of the New York Times bestseller, The Passion Test – The Effortless Path to Discovering Your Life Purpose. He is an expert in the field of human consciousness and is also deeply grounded in the practical world of business.

Over the past 30 years, Chris has been CEO or senior executive of fifteen companies and has sold millions of dollars in consulting and training services to companies like Ford Motor Company, Dell Computer, Sprint, Royal Bank of Canada, Mellon Bank and others.

During the past ten years he has become one of the leading trainers and authors in the transformational industry, having put together some of the major strategic alliances in this industry, including having played a key role, with his business partner, Janet Bray Attwood, in arranging 70% of the interviews for the movie phenomenon, The Secret.

He is a founding member of the Transformational Leadership Council and of the Expert’s Industry Association.

His latest book, Your Hidden Riches, will be released in September, 2014 and provides a guide for busy modern achievers to harness the power of ritual to manage their time, their energy and their thinking, and access their inner “hidden riches.”

Chris is committed to the experience and expression of the unlimited potential of the heart and mind. It is this commitment that weaves throughout his courses and workshops.

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In this episode Chris and I talk about the phenomenal power of RITUALS and how having a ritual that is inspiring to you is one of the most important practises you can do to build your Inspired Wealth – and this is backed up with the fact that anyone who has build great wealth has had their own unique ritual.

Tune in and learn how powerful they are and how YOU can easily create your own practise of rituals.

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