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Episode 40- Bob Goff on The Transformative Power of Love

June 14, 2018 • Book Club
Bob Goff

Bob Goff is the New York Times best-selling author of Love Does. After practicing law for 25 years, Bob gave up his law firm to focus on writing, speaking, and his humanitarian work. He’s the Honorary Counsel to Uganda and the founder of Love Does, a nonprofit organization that works to provide educational opportunities in post conflict zones throughout the world. On this episode, we talk about his new book, Everybody, Alwaysand what it means to love without limits, live without fear, and dream big.

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Show Notes

  • The inspiration behind Bob’s new book, Everybody Always (1:47)
  • “People don’t grow where they’re planted; they grow where they’re loved.” (6:45)
  • The most important question—Who are you? (8:58)
  • The power in loving difficult people (10:17)
  • How to develop a positive mindset by inviting conversations (18:23)
  • Why he left his career as a lawyer to pursue writing and speaking (23:34)
  • The importance of who we are “becoming” (26:29)
  • How to be available while remaining present (28:25)
  • Bob’s advice for people who are afraid to go after their big dreams (31:35)
  • It’s not failure that kills us—“catch people on the bounce” (35:48)
  • Love without an agenda (36:35)

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