Welcome to the WTF Should I Do w/ My Life?! podcast.

In today’s episode, Jacob interivews digital marketer and founder of Om Marketing GroupNoah Hammond Tyrrell.

Noah blends his spiritual side with the mind of an engineer to lead Om Marketing Group in marketing high impact, spiritual and transformational leaders. All in hopes to increase peace and prosperity.

He’s reached millions of people through social media, built massive email lists, and sold millions of dollars worth of products and services across six different industries.

In this podcast you will learn:

– The 5 questions to find “your life’s PhD” also known as your greatest strengths

– A powerful 4-step process for clearing your hidden blocks

– How to learn the language of your subconscious mind

What to do when you’ve been “cracked open” by a negative life event


Are you “all-in” on becoming the best you?!

Then check out The Inner Game Immersion. It’s a 10-week process where a select group of people join me in playing full-out and becoming the best version of themselves.

We do that through an uncommon mixture of comfort-zone challenges, mind-training techniques, heart-opening exercises, productivity-hacking practices, energy optimization tweaks, accountability systems, and world-class coaching. You can find out more by going to sensophy.com/tigi.

Thanks for rocking with us on today’s podcast! Drop a comment and let us know your favorite big idea. It’ll help rewire your brain to ensure you don’t forget what you’ve heard. And besides all that brainiac business, we’d just love to hear from you :)

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