PJ Dixon {on living your purpose}

The word "purpose" carries a lot of weight. We all have a desire to live our purpose, but what IS our purpose? And how do we discover it? These are some of the questions we tackle in today's episode. Some of the answers will surprise you!

Plus, we have a fabulous guest today, the amazing P.J. Dixon as he shares his story and how to feel more love, purpose and connection in your life. P.J.'s charismatic and authentic self will touch your heart, we have absolutely no doubt!


About The Guest

P.J.'s mission in life is simple: "Love Deeply and Teach Others to Do the Same." His commitment to love has earned him the title of “love guru,” which causes him to smile – and inspires him to live, love, and share more fully every day.

P.J. is a life-long motivational speaker, spiritual teacher, and relationship coach – he is also the creator of “Learning to Love,” a 4 step program designed to help people reconnect with their heart and learn to love themselves, their lives, and others more completely.

Despite his disability, which was expected to take his life by 7, he chose to live, and live well!  40 years later, P.J.’s a 10th degree blackbelt, martial arts’ and women's self-defense instructor, meditation teacher, former wheelchair athlete, adventure-seeker, watercolorist, author, and in the National Hall of Fame for People with Disabilities!  

P.J. loves his life and lives every day to inspire others to love theirs.

PJ Dixon Networking Podcast Los Angeles

Top Three Takeaways

1. It's important to cut away all the fat, all the distractions because this humanity that we live in is literally filled with tons and tons of distractions.

2. Purpose is not just about what you do while you're on this planet

3. Embrace the journey part and remember there is no destination in life


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