Life on Purpose
About This Show
How do you live your life more deliberately? What can you do to bring more meaning and purpose into your life? How does that affect your health, happiness, and well-being? If you're asking those questions, you're in the right place! http://www.lifeonpurposeshow.com
Life on Purpose presents in-depth conversations with entrepreneurs, creatives, seekers, and thought leaders from around the world. In each episode, we'll discuss how those guests are being purposeful with various aspects as their lives- whether in their daily habits, work and running a business, relationships, health, travel, money, or just how they move through their day. My goal is to offer inspiration and concrete examples that listeners can apply to their own lives.
Life on Purpose, which was featured in iTunes' New & Noteworthy listings in January/February 2015, is the latest creation from Gregory Berg, producer/host of the acclaimed Radio Enso, which aired nearly 150 in-depth conversations from 2011-2014 and also has a five-star rating on iTunes.
Through the years, Greg had been fortunate enough to interview an amazing array of inspirational people whose life work revolves around helping others answer those very questions — creatives, academics, and visionaries like Brene Brown, Dr. Bernie Siegel, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Jennifer Louden, Jonathan Fields, Danielle LaPorte, Chris Guillebeau, Susan Piver, Chris Brogan and MANY more.
Most Recent Episode
76: Dr. Eric Maisel- Your Difficult Family: Eight Skills for Thriving in Any Family Situation
For Life on Purpose Episode #76, my guest is Dr. Eric Maisel, a retired family therapist, active life coach, and the author of more than fifty books. Eric was one of my first guests on Life on Purpose and returns to the show for a wide-ranging conversation on meaning, life purpose, and the epidemic of phantom "mental disorders" in children. And we focus on his new book, Your Difficult Family: 8 Skills for Thriving in Any Family Situation, in which he shows how to stay sane when family isn’t, providing practical strategies that can be implemented immediately. This empowering book is a “field guide” to common types of dysfunctional families, and a big helping of real life success stories that are dinner table tested and approved. Readers will learn to maintain inner peace in the midst of family chaos and maybe even create a better life for their whole family. “There is no pill that can make family life easy. There is no pill that can spare you pain if one of your parents is alcoholic, one of your children is troubled, or your mate is cheating on you. M. Scott Peck begins The Road Less Traveled with a simple, eloquent announcement: “Life is difficult.” Tolstoy famously begins Anna Karenina in an equally eloquent way: “All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.”" About: Eric Maisel was born in the Bronx, New York, where he lived until the age of 5. He grew up in Brooklyn, attended Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan, and briefly attended Brooklyn College. After serving in the Army from 1965 – 1968 he attended Oregon State University and the University of Oregon, where he received a B.S. in philosophy. Dr. Maisel subsequently lived in Boston, New York and San Francisco and traveled extensively in Europe, spending time in London, Dublin and Budapest. He earned a master’s degree in creative writing from San Francisco State University while ghostwriting mysteries and nonfiction and self-publishing fiction. In the ’80s he returned to school and earned a second bachelor’s degree in psychology, a second master’s degree in counseling, and a doctorate in counseling psychology. After completing training, Dr. Maisel became a California licensed family therapist and worked exclusively with creative and performing artists. In time
Rated 5 out of
Fresh and Invigorating Wisdom from an Old Pro
I’ve been listening to Greg’s always insightful podcast episodes for three years, but this newer stuff for Life on Purpose? It’s a great new angle on a topic that’s relevant to literally everyone: how to be intentional with everything you do and everyone you surround yourself with.
Greg brings out the best in his guests because he knows how to ask great questions, does a ton of research, and has some amazing personal experiences to share. Plus, he lands some of the most fascinating guests you’ll find anywhere … and not just the professional podcasting circuit ones. Whether or not you know Greg or what he represents, he and his groovy guests are worth listening to every single time.
Date published: 2015-01-22
Rated 5 out of
No matter where you are at you will enjoy this!
Great show, awesome guests and host! If you are looking for some unconventional perspectives Life on Purpose delivers.
Date published: 2015-07-28
Rated 5 out of
Always insightful and interesting
I look forward to new Life on Purpose podcasts! Gregory Berg's interviews demonstrate his thirst for knowledge, discovery and his awesome sense of wonder. His broadcasting expertise shines through in his discussions with interesting guests who share insights and words of wisdom from their unique perspectives. Add this one to your Favorites Playlist!
Date published: 2015-10-23