2nd April 2020 13:25

Simon Haas is a yoga philosopher, teacher and author making ancient wisdom easily accessible to the modern day. He is the author of ‘The Book of Dharma, Making Enlightened Choices’ and ‘Yoga and the Dark Night of the Soul, The Soul’s Journey to Sacred Love’.

In this episode of True Business, we talk about how each person is born with a true nature and purpose, and the journey to claim your purpose and choose to make it your business. We explore our relationship with money, making money from your true nature and purpose, and the simple steps you can take to begin to transition from a traditional career to making your purpose the heart of your business.

Links

SimonHaas.com

Find Simon on FacebookInstagram

True Business School

The Antigua Retreat

 

Comments are closed.

Back to blog
I love to write about...

Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

What they say

“Working with Kat burst through over 2 years of frustration and perspiration in about an hour and a half! From then I had a clear vision of what we needed to articulate and set to work.”

Martin Saunders, Marketing Head, Good Energy

“I’ve created my whole PR with Heart plan. It’s thanks to you that I got into Yoga Magazine. You gave me the courage to go for it. Now I have a book review and article in the November and December editions.”

Sue Blanch, Yoga and the Menstrual Cycle

“Kat is a powerful, imaginative and intuitive leader with a great capacity to see a vision and make it happen. What sets Kat apart is her heart. She works with passion and exudes creative energy and enthusiasm that is both inspiring and contagious.”

Mel Young, president, Homeless World Cup

“I have to pinch myself to believe it. It has taken off. Now I’m focused on sharing valuable information with a mainstream audience it is fun and opportunities open up effortlessly.”

Alison Pilling, Sex School for Grown Ups

“Kat brings out courage due to her own sense of bravery in allowing creativity to be used as a powerful force for positive change.”

Noelle Adcock-Mcelya