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Hal Elrod

368: What Do We Need Right Now More Than Anything Else?

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Ever since I finished writing my last book (The Miracle Equation), I’ve been actively learning and evolving in an attempt to figure out one thing: how can I best contribute to humanity? In other words, what do all of us need that I might be able to help people experience?
Through daily meditation and prayer, engaging with your community, and consistently reading and learning, I have become more and more clear. I’m currently deep into the research phase, which means I’m reading and re-reading 6 or 7 books right now, as well as constantly striving to become the person I need to be to live and ultimately deliver that message.
Rather than make you wait until a new book, in today’s episode, I’d like to share with you what I’ve been learning as I’ve experienced it. I want to give you some new distinctions, insights, lessons, strategies, and knowledge that you can use to improve your own life - however they may serve you.
KEY TAKEAWAYS
Why my main goal right now is to achieve inner freedom and to be in a place where no circumstances, and nothing anyone says or does can affect my emotional state - and why it’s okay if I never get there. The power of surrender.  Why it’s impossible not to be selfish as we work to become the best versions of ourselves - and why that’s okay. The books I’ve been diving into over the last year - and what I’ve learned from them. Get The Full Show Notes
To get full access to today's show notes, including audio, transcript, and links to all the resources mentioned, visit HalElrod.com/368
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