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

In today’s episode, Jacob interviews Harry Pickens.

Harry is an award winning pianist, composer, and life transformation coach. He has been in an Emmy®-award winning documentary, performed for the Dalai Lama, and his first book In Tune: Lessons In Life From A Life In Music, will be released in November 2016.

Harry believes humanity is on the threshold of the most astonishing positive transformation in the whole of human history and is committed to doing his part to help usher in a new era of peace, justice, harmony, and abundance for all.

In this podcast you will learn:

– 3 exercises to find clarity through your intuition

– How to take grounded action by tapping into your Inner-GPS

– “The Great Discovery” that leads to massive freedom

Psychological tools to align with your soul


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

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