This week, on The Conscious Consultant Hour, Sam welcomes Author, Derek Rydall.
Derek Rydall, one of a new generation of spiritual visionaries and thought leaders, is anAmazon/Barnes & Noble #1 bestselling author of EMERGENCE: Seven Steps for Radical Life Change. This book revealed the revolutionary principle, the Law of Emergence, showing people how to tap into the pattern of perfection in any area of their life and create the right conditions for it to unfold.
In his new book, THE ABUNDANCE PROJECT: 40 Days to More Wealth, Health, Love, and Happiness, Derek presents a time-tested system for activating the Abundance Principle, which sets you free from the belief that outer conditions determine your life and shows you how to generate everything you need no matter what conditions you face.
Rydall’s diverse background includes training top executives at Fortune 500 companies (including American Express and The Walt Disney Company) in empowered leadership and communications, and coaching celebrities and media professionals, including Oscar and Emmy winners, on creating conscious entertainment.
As a Huffington Post contributor, frequent podcast guest, and the host of his own top-rated Emergence podcast, he shares cutting-edge spiritual principles and success strategies to achieve financial freedom and abundance, master productivity and creativity, and gain true wealth and happiness. His global platform has touched hundreds of thousands of people worldwide.
Sam welcomes Amazon/Barnes & Noble #1 bestselling author of EMERGENCE: Seven Steps for Radical Life Change, Derek Rydall.
Sam welcomes all his listeners to the new space for the first time on his show. He talks briefly about receiving help and liking to always do things by himself. “Life is just so much easier with help.” He does his quotes of the day and breaks it down, “Sometimes, when things take longer than you thought they would, it’s just a gentle reminder from your greater self that you have more time than you thought, and that there’s a journey to enjoy.” – Mike Dooley
Sam talks about what makes him happy and that’s how he picked his job. He then tells a college story about a guy doing a job he hates just for a bigger pay check. He encourages his listeners to gravitate toward working at different places to keep the joy and value.
He introduces his guest Derek Rydall, a spiritual visionary who has a new book out THE ABUNDANCE PROJECT: 40 Days to More Wealth, Health, Love, and Happiness. Rydall tells his story about being young and what was his goal before all this success. He talks about always being a visionary even for his friends when he was in college. Rydall talks about why and how he got the hint to writing his first book, which became a best seller. “Sometimes we need the pain to motivate us and help us do something different” – Sam
Derek Rydall brings up a good comparison of a nut turning into an Oak Tree and then says a great quote. He talks about his struggles and almost drowning and that’s what made him crack like a nut and grow his Oak Tree. Rydall talks about trying to become a Monk and almost going insane and breaking into the kitchen and stealing food.
Sam continues his conversation with Derek Rydall. Rydall talks about loving yourself because you can’t give what you don’t have. Also how people should receive and give support. He then talks about how he gets people to use his principles in uncomfortable or unexpected times. “STOP REACTING AND REMAIN PRESENT”
Sam talks about a lesson he learned about finding solutions to problem by getting outside the problem. “Problem’s don’t get solved but they dissolve as we evolve” – Derek Rydall
Derek talks about what lead to his break through of his new life and receiving the abundance principle. How he began to teach it to others and saw the same results it had on him. One of the most important part of his teaching is seeing themselves through breakthrough of getting to there true self. Stop putting yourself on the layaway plan and do what is destined for you. Rydall talks about having so much in him that he wants to talk about so they’ll be more books on the way. He says he doesn’t want to help your shelf book collection but he want to help you.