Jun 18, 2019
Sam Liebowitz is known as the Conscious Consultant; a mentor, coach, speaker, healer—and serial entrepreneur. He’s owned several successful businesses since 1993 and his current ventures include the Conscious Consultant, a coaching and mentoring service which promotes sensible, ethical, moral, and conscious ways to build careers and businesses. Another is Talking Alternative Broadcasting, an internet radio station that reaches 100 countries, and Double Diamond Wellness which is a healing center in the heart of Manhattan. Sam has inspired hundreds of people to live a life that’s happier, healthier, and more fulfilled. He’s spoken at events all over—including TED X Upper Westside in 2016.
“Nobody’s a guru. The age of the guru is over—it’s time now for us to take more self-responsibility and self-direction and really decide for ourselves what resonates with us and what doesn’t.”
Sam’s definition of being conscious revolves around being aware of what motivates us. What makes you make a decision? Knowing this means we can better serve our mission and purpose in life. This is ever important in our culture where being present isn’t really rewarded. All our screens seem to push articles and news centered around negativity—because most people fall into those kinds of stories with ease. However, people, especially younger generations are starting to tune this out. Because these kinds of stories don’t make us feel good, they cause anxiety and stress, and we don’t need to follow that. There are things out there that can empower us to move forward.
A step forward is aided by tuning into yourself. Turn all your electronics off. Take time to be alone. Go for a walk. Sit in silence. Meditate. Find what moves you, listen to it, and seek it out.
If you would like to seek out Sam and find out more about enlightened self-interest—you can find him online at Sam@theconsciousconsultant.com and if you say you reach out to him and say you heard him hear on The Power House – Sam will share a free 30 minute phone call to see where you’re at and where you’re trying to go.