I recently had the privilege of being interviewed by a schoolgirl named Maddy. Her questions were incredibly insightful, tough and covered a variety of great topics from goals, personal heros, working with orphans, advice for my children, social entrepreneurship, and more…read more
Recently I was given the honor to speak in front of a room full of entrepreneurs in Toronto at an event called ‘Mastermind Talks’ for an entire hour about ‘Authentic Goal Setting’. This is that talk…read more
In my work, I like to flip things on their head from time to time. So in the spirit of “mixing things up” a bit, it was finally time for you to put me in the hot seat and ask me anything at all that you’d like an answer to.read more
On rare occasions, I have held private one-off calls with people I meet a long the way. This is one I did with Jason Connell (founder of Ignited Leadership) where we focused on the subject of intuition – and for some reason (intuition?) we decided to record it – and when it was all said and done, we were both extremely glad we did…read more
In the video Philip will ask you to be open to the fact that goal setting is part of the issue and not the solution and challenges you to consider that it’s not your responsibility to make others happy.read more
In this video I discuss the importance of parents giving themselves permission to take time for themselves over and above what they do for their children.
Children who grow up an in an environment where parents put a value on their own skin, are more likely to do the same in their lives, resulting in a strong confidence that most people (children and parents alike) lack.read more
“When you shift your value, everything else follows.”
In this edition of the Limitless Business Podcast, Scott Oldford and Kaye Putnam from @GoInfinitus chat with me about what it truly means to be successful in your life.read more
Everyone knows that if we take care of ourselves, we feel better. Yet still, very few people really put the time and attention towards their health and nutrition they know they should.
Joe Cross, the filmmaker behind Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead was no different. In fact, after doctors told him that he might die, Joe continued to work even harder and pay even less attention to his health, until he finally reached a tipping point.
I recently had the privilege of visiting with Joe at my house to discuss his story and hear some of the things he’s learned during his journey to healthiness. Enjoy…read more
People are always looking for the ‘secret’ to achieving more happiness in life. I believe there is no secret. While on my latest Give & Grow experience, I asked a mountain guide in the Peruvian Andes how he finds happiness and this was his simple, but powerful answer…read more
Don’t ever underestimate the power of what you can accomplish in a day, the power you can bring to the world in a day, or how much impact you can have on a single person in just one day. It might just surprise you…read more