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How to be a Real-Life Hero - John P Morgan

Do you feel you are being called to something greater than your self?

Is there a purpose or mission that keeps coming back to you? Do reminders keep showing up in your life...seemingly begging you to walk this path?

Does it feel exciting, but at the same time risky and maybe even a bit irresponsible?

Do you have bright, exciting moments of inspiration and clarity? Only to be followed by dull, scary moments of fear and doubt?

Are you afraid to talk about it outloud? Have people you've told been unsupportive or worried for you?

If YES, then you are probably hearing your call to adventure...some yearning that comes from a deeper and truer place than your intellect or your ego.

You are being called by your heart's desire. 

The root of the word 'Hero' is the Latin word 'Servo', meaning servant, thus a Hero in is essentially a servant to society. 

The first stage of a Hero's journey is always a call to adventure - some incessent message or sense within you that there issomething for you to do in the world. 

That 'something for you to do' always exists in the unknown - a place, industry or skillset that is foreign to you. 

There are common stages that follow, but every journey will of course be unique.

The trouble is that most journeys never even begin. 

Most potential heroes refuse the call. They refuse the call out of fear of the unknown. This is natural, as we all want certinty. 

But the Hero's journey is an adventure and is thus, by it's very nature, wraught with uncertainty.

If you are hearing your call to adventure, you are already a million miles ahead of most people.  

This is because most people keep themselves so busy and so distracted that they have stifled all awareness of what their heart really wants - of what their truest purpose may be. 

Join me as I share insights and directly coach you on crossing the threshold to your own adventure. 

Do not come to this talk if you seek comfort. 

Do not come to this talk if you are only interested in helping yourself. 

Do not come to this talk if you are so distracted that you have no a sense of a greater purpose.

Come to this talk only if you are willing to live an uncomfortable life. 

Come to this talk only if you are willing to be open and vulnerable. 

Come to this talk only if you have at least a sense that a greater purpose awaits you.

Come to this talk...and together, through powerful dialogue, we will create the clarity and courge you need to cross the threshold, go on your journey and become a real-life hero - a servant to the world. 

[ This talk will include LIVE COACHING and EXERCISES. You will be invited and encouraged to share openly, but you will not be required to. ]

About the Speaker

John P Morgan, the founder of Hero Journeys, utilises deep coaching and real-life adventure to support powerful people around the world in creating impact and success by living their truth.

Over the past 15 years, post his formal studies in Physics and Mathematics and before becoming a professional Coach, John built a property investing business and then (from a backpack) a web development company serving local and global charities. He travelled the world and lived nomadically for three years, coached human rights leaders, recorded and toured with his band, created a kids library in Cambodia, piloted small planes,  published travel writing and photography, competed as a black belt and triathlete, trained with Buddhist monks in India, cycled thousands of miles and engaged in an often obsessive pursuit of knowledge in the arts and sciences.

Beyond being a coach and guide, John P Morgan is a real-world practitioner. He walks the talk, lives what he teaches and has a genuine and powerful passion for changing the world by impacting one person at a time.

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  • Mary L.

    interesting talk

    February 12, 2014

  • Daniel C.

    John's talk was brilliant!! I'm always walking away feeling inspired when he comes to talk for us. Johns talk is now available on the website, for those who attended, you will receive an email on claiming our exclusive offers to join the members site. You can check out this talk, more of John's talks and over 120+ hours of other talks. For those of you who didnt make it, heres what you missed http://www.interestingtalks.co.uk/johnmorgan3/

    February 12, 2014

  • Matt K.

    Venue: St James Church Meeting Rooms. This is NOT the main church. The entrance to the venue is between Costa Coffee and the main church on a pathway called Church Place. If you get lost, find Costa and our entrance is literally a few feet away. Posters will be up from 6pm.

    Time: The doors will open at 6:30pm and the talk starts at 7pm sharp. The talk will end by 9pm with networking and chatting in the pub afterwards. Food and Drink: Please feel free to bring in drinks. Please do not bring food into the venue.

    February 10, 2014

    • Sinead

      Hi Matt, I got stuck at work yesterday so missed this talk. Not happy! :( Will John be giving a talk again? Thanks

      February 11, 2014

  • Julia

    Fantastic and really inspiring!!!

    February 11, 2014

  • Neil

    John's talks always seem to be about exactly what I need them to be about... Brilliant straightforward talk and a cool crowd to boot.

    February 11, 2014

  • Shakeel

    John P Morgan is brilliant.

    February 10, 2014

  • Michelle

    Really Brilliant! John P Morgan.... is a must see, one of life's gems. An incredibly passionate, grounded, intelligent and inspirational speaker. Really rather wonderful. Gave some great new perspectives on how to move through blocks that are stopping me from living what I love in my work life. Wish I could bottle it! Thank you for organising Matt.

    February 10, 2014

  • Marta

    Lifechanging experience.

    February 10, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    This talk topic is a bit of a new angle for me. I'm used to saying "Hey, let me help you live with passion!" and now I'm saying "Hey, Let me help you help other people!" The trick though is that by helping others you will find the deepest and most rewarding fulfilment. I've seen it so many times now that it's as true for me as gravity.

    Looking forward to spending the evening with you all.

    Much Love,

    John

    http://herojourneys.com
    http://youtube.com/jpmorganjr

    1 · January 6, 2014

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