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Living a Vision Bigger than Yourself

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Our guest, Pol Cousineau, believes that everyone has a dream and a vision for their life that is bigger than themselves. Each person has unique gifts and a burning desire to live a meaningful life. The dilemma between playing it safe and embracing our dreams and talents is one everyone faces.

Our guest, Pol Cousineau, shares insights from having turned away from his profession as a CPA, accountant and auditor to follow his dreams – literally. Today he leads the charge as the founder of a co-creative global spiritual community and podcast, The Spiritual Voice. He has had to face numerous fears to get where he is and is being driven by a passion to make a dent in the universe.

During this interview you will get inspired to take your destiny in your own hands, persevere in the face of obstacles and create the world that you desire to live in.

Bio: Pol Cousineau is a transformational leader and founder of both The Spiritual Voice and Sound of Prana. He has participated in a shamanic apprenticeship and has training in sound therapy and therapeutic breathwork in addition to being a Certified Professional Accountant which gives him a balanced view of life.

A certified Integral associate coach via Integral Coaching Canada, he helps people and professionals enrich their everyday experiences and invite deeper fulfillment with simple, practical tools that are shared through online resources, workshops, and international retreats.

Today he is leading the co-creative charge at The Spiritual Voice, building a multidimensional space for the global spiritual community to practice, express, and discover -- together. Pol is committed to providing people with diverse opportunities to influence, connect, and network with others in their tribe to spark profound transformational change.

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