Apr 17, 2019
Phil Goddard is an internationally renowned life &
relationship coach, speaker, leadership consultant, and lover of
life and humanity. He is a published author and the
host of The Coaching Life Podcast. His work centers
around transforming relationships and leadership through developing
a deeply grounded understanding of the principles behind our
human experience and the nature of how our experience of life is
With humor and sincerity, he combines over twenty-one years in corporate leadership with fourteen years as a professional coach, to help organizations build harmonious and highly productive teams, and individuals to live their most loving and joyous lives.
He has coached Hollywood actors, international models, journalists, artists, authors, film directors, corporate executives, and numerous business owners, leaders and entrepreneurs, and can often be found on the Greek Island of Zakynthos, where he holds exclusive coaching immersion retreats for individual clients.
He challenges his work on happiness by following a few English sports teams.
Phil joins me today to talk about moving past “forgiveness,” to healing and truly letting go. In our conversation we use his difficult relationship with his father as a back drop to gaining true freedom from the past. Dysfunctional relationships can wreak havoc in our lives for decades if not addressed. Spend some time with Phil and I can promise you something unexpected.
“Love is indescribable, but it has attributes. It’s an, absolute, unconditional acceptance.” – Phil Goddard
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