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Mastering Self-Awareness, with Dame Doria Cordova

Episode 101

Dame Doria Cordova is the Owner and CEO of Excellerated Business Schools® / Money & You®, the organization that has brought Entrepreneurial, Experiential, and Transformational educational programs (now both off- and online) to the world since 1979. Today, the organization boasts nearly 200,000 graduates from over 85 countries.

The renowned Money & You program has inspired some of today's best-known business education and wealth experts and has touched millions of lives all over the world. Dame Doria Cordova is a humanitarian, philanthropist, a best-selling author, and has been featured in countless digital events, podcasts, films, and book series.

She is a Global Business Developer serving organizations that are in alignment with her purpose; to uplift humanity's consciousness through socially-responsible businesses. One of her missions is to transform educational systems around the world and eradicate poverty and hunger. Another passion is her desire to make the world more green. All the endeavors that she is involved in must be in alignment with those missions.

What You Will Learn:

  • How moving to Hawaii caused Dame Doria to experience an enlightenment period
  • What is The Malthusian Theory, and why should governments and financial systems stop operating based on it
  • Why it’s important to have policies and systems in addition to a purpose and mission
  • How referring to yourself as a team member rather than an employee can be beneficial
  • How Money and You training teaches you to integrate the business success model
  • Why people who don’t think of themselves as emotional are the easiest to manipulate
  • What is the difference between the conscious, unconscious, and subconscious
  • How to change your life by always giving yourself five choices during a situation
  • What happens to the things we consume immediately following a traumatic event

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