Don’t Think Different, Think Remarkable w/ Greg Voisen

by | Apr 30, 2024 | Podcast

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Guest: Greg Voisen lives Guy Kawasaki’s mantra, “Don’t think different, think remarkable.” Greg is a thought leader in the personal growth and human potential movement. Founder of Inside Personal Growth, Greg has interviewed over 1,100+ authors via podcasts and has developed over 1,200 hours of recorded podcasts over the last 17 years. Topics include personal growth, business, wellness, mastery, and spirituality.

Greg’s primary focus is advising small—to medium-sized business owners on financial management, human capital development, process improvement, sales and marketing, and succession planning. His consulting group, eLuminate Consulting, Inc., has a team of six associates dedicated to fulfilling his clients’ needs.

Greg is also co-author with John Selby of Wisdom, Wellness and Redefining Work, which is designed to bring awareness to businesses about the impacts of stress in the workplace and to effect a positive change in coping with stress, reducing medical costs, and improving employee’s overall engagement and performance. He is also the author of “Hacking the Gap-From Intuition to Innovation and Beyond” and the co-author of “The Precipice of Life” with Bo Parfet and Kathy Sparrow.

Greg has a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from San Diego State University and a Master’s in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica.

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Background: I had the pleasure of joining Greg on his podcast Inside Personal Growth. I knew he had to join Reflect Forward to share his lifelong experience of learning from failure, investing in personal development, and integrating spirituality into your life and work.

During this week’s episode, Greg shares how failure propelled him forward and how curiosity helped him find his purpose. Greg and I get a bit philosophical—he does have a degree in spiritual psychology, after all—and we discuss the power of finding contentment rather than constantly searching for more or consuming more “stuff.” This is a deep conversation that I know you’ll enjoy and I hope it inspires you to think remarkable.

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