After achieving great financial success himself, Thomas began to think about what true success really meant. He saw many others who had reached their financial dreams, but floundered in their personal relationships and let their health suffer as a result of their tireless focus on work.
He wanted to do something to inspire people to live their best, fullest lives in all respects—to find “whole-life wealth.” As a professional speaker, author, and founder of the M1 community, he helps people go from just thinking about success to living their fully-realized dreams.
Today on the podcast, we dive into the concept of whole-life wealth and Thomas shares more about what we can do to embrace an identity that allows us to achieve success, health, and happiness.
Questions I ask Rock Thomas:
- What is whole-life wealth?
- Can you unpack the idea of one’s identity?
- What role does personal purpose play in our achievement?
What you’ll learn if you give a listen:
- Why rewriting stories we’ve told about ourselves is at the root of driving change.
- How fear can muddle the clarity of our intentions.
- Why creating a peer group to hold you accountable can help you flourish.
Key takeaways from the episode and more about Rock Thomas:
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