Aug 20, 2019
John “Cal” Callahan uses his
experience and wisdom to give men permission to question their own
process, however, it shows up for them. He joins the Inner Circle
today to share how really listening to our intuition can be
life-changing in ways we can’t even anticipate. John went from Wall
Street, golf meetings, and rubbing elbows with celebrities to
awakening to a new path of spirituality and self-discovery. He
reminds us that it's never too late to look at the world from a new
lens and reframe our purpose.
What You’ll Hear in This Episode:
grew up in a small town in Maine and learned the importance of
working hard from his parents.
led John to a career in Wall Street, and what it was like to work
in such a pressure cooker of a business.
- Whether it was in the corporate world or a
sports team, John loves the camaraderie and support that comes from
working within a team.
bad habits and vices John observed he was involved with, and how
they were numbing and distracting him from the core of who he was
and really wanted to be.
your career should complement your identity rather than define it.
John has made a lifetime of defining himself by his values, despite
what others may think.
a plant-based medicine ceremony is, and what the journey did for
John in terms of seeing how connected he was.
we start to let go of our fears and doubts, we can become part of a
larger experience around us.
- John’s recent experience of renewing his vows
with his wife, and how they agreed on love in terms of how they are
now in the present moment, rather than decades
- What’s next for John in the creative process,
and the podcast and coaching groups that are
- “There’s not enough men out there that are
giving other men permission to do the work.”
try to not play by the same playbook as
started to collect brothers and sisters on the same path of
wondering why we are here.”
doesn’t have to be about an achievement-based
The Way of the Superior
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