I had coffee a few days ago with my friend, Paul Lipton.
Paul is such an incredible inspiration to me in my life…
He’s 70-years-old, does CrossFit (that’s how we met), rides motorcycles, and is chock full of ultra profound wisdom.
One of the things he said to me during out coffee the other day was,
“It’s always such s gift when people are willing to have courageous conversations. Most people are afraid to. What are they afraid of? We are all just a part of the Universe.”
Paul’s book, Hour of the Wolf- An Experiment in Ageless Living, is a life-changing must read.
If you haven’t read it yet, I highly suggest you grab a copy asap.
You can thank me later. 🙂
Paul’s book goes deep into the miracle of each day… and really helps us to remember that the true meaning of life is the way we spend each day.
Here’s another beautiful blurb that Paul recently wrote:
“There was a time when disconnecting was a good thing. You disconnected when you left work. You disconnected from the news of the day ( it was basically just the morning paper or the 6 pm news broadcast… For me that meant Walter Cronkite.) You disconnected as you walked on the beach, hiked a mountain path or rode your motorcycle through the back country. The disconnect seemed to connect you to more and bigger and smaller and subtle things in the day. The disconnect permitted you to connect with yourself on a contemplative level. Yet now in the name of staying connected we seem to have disconnected to what really matters. What is more. What is deeper. What has true meaning. Now it is 24/7 all the time. You can’t really call it news. It is just 24/7 noise. And so connected seems to have disconnected us from purpose and meaning. But I remember a time. An island. A motorcycle. A quiet. A silence when being disconnected permitted us to touch the stars and ride in quiet solitude.”
The man is a true warrior.
Anyway, I just wanted to give a shout out to my friend, and introduce him to you here.
And I certainly recommend taking any chance you get to learn from Paul… your life will be forever changed.
Go grab your copy of Hour of the Wolf, and please come report back here in the comment stream below and let me know what your biggest takeaway was.
Granted, there are so may huge take-aways, I guess it may be hard to narrow it down…
And, if you’ve already read Hour of the Wolf, or had the opportunity to meet Paul, I’d love to hear what your experience was like.
Chime in below…
I always love hearing from you. 🙂
Talk to you soon…
Big love to you,
Amy Starr Allen
Founder of the Next Level Mastermind
Have questions about Coffee with Paul Lipton (Hour of the Wolf- An Experiment in Ageless Living)? Please leave them below in the comment stream and I’ll get them answered for you right away.
I need to check out that book!!
Yes, you definitely do, Andrea! It’s life-changing and profound. 🙂
Thanks Amy. Always great to spend time sharing ideas with you.
I agree, Paul. So awesome to hang with you. 🙂 xo