Danielle LaPorte

Danielle LaPorte is a member of Oprah’s Super Soul 100 and a former think-tank director who speaks about the intelligence of Love. Her Heart Centered Facilitators Program + Membership evolved out of her bestseller, The Desire Map, with 400+ workshop facilitators in 32 countries. Her podcast, With Love, Danielle, and site, DanielleLaPorte.com, receive millions of visits.

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Tami Simon speaks with Danielle LaPorte, an entrepreneur, inspirational speaker, social media sensation, and bestselling author of The Fire Starter Sessions. With Sounds True, Danielle has created the book The Desire Map, as well as the audio programs The Desire Map Daily and The Desire Map Experience. In this episode, Tami speaks with Danielle about what the Desire Map is, how to create “goals with soul,” what we can learn from both our successes and the places we fell short of our goals when we do our year-end review, and how to navigate a relationship when our desires compete with another person. (63 minutes)

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