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I met Craig at a conference called The World Domination Summit and when he introduced himself he gave me a pack of tea with his business card on it. Everything he does is like this – packed with thoughtfulness and humor.

After college Craig knew he wanted to explore the world and have different experiences and that mindset brought him to South Korea where he intended to stay for one year that ended up turning into a five year stint. His interest in Ultimate Frisbee there helped him get involved with a local community and also ended up helping him land a job he loved back in Canada when he moved back to Vancouver.

Craig is also the creator of the Morning effect, something he ended up being passionate about after going from someone that hated mornings to a morning advocate over the past 7 years.  He defines the morning effect as:

the principle that what you choose to do in the morning can have an amazing impact on other parts of your life. It leads you to get up and be productive, do more of the things you wish you were doing, and embark on your days already feeling accomplished. All of that is a HUGE win, but honestly, it’s just the tip of the iceberg…

He’s experimented with 100 morning rituals over that time and now works with people to help them take back their mornings and find “another 20 hours” a week as he did.

His story is more than another “hustle” hack – its grounded on bringing more presence, joy and creativity to ones life and is why I hope you check out the podcast this week!

For More => The Morning Effect Boundless Page

Books/Articles Mentioned:

Just published! The Pathless Path is Paul's book about walking away from a "perfect" job with a promising future and starting over again. Through painstaking experiments, living in different countries, and a deep dive into the history of our work beliefs, Paul pieces together a set of ideas and principles that guide him from unfulfilled and burned out to what he calls "the pathless path" - a new story for thinking about work in our lives. Learn More & Buy The Book Here

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