2nd April 2022 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.

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