#213 Do You Know How to Have Fun?

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Kristina Mand-Lakhiani is the Co-founder of Mindvalley and has been in the personal transformation industry for over 17 years. She’s  an international speaker, serial entrepreneur, artist, philanthropist, and a mother of 2 kids.

Kristina is  the author of  “7 Days To Happiness” and “Live By Your Own Rules.” She was recognized as one of the Top 10 influential people online making a difference in the world today. Kristina talks about personal transformation, authenticity, understanding and accepting oneself, and a path to happiness.

Topics Mentioned in Episode:

  1. Female Authenticity – understanding and accepting yourself in all your roles and facets as a woman.
  2. Daily struggles – relationships, emotions, dealing with hardships in life.
  3. Entrepreneurship – Kristina tends to speak about it from a conscious perspective, mindset, and experience.
  4. Hacking Happiness – a unique framework of balancing your life, taking in every moment, and paying close attention to the little daily choices.


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“I don’t think anything really harmful can happen to us. Most of us have a support system one way or another! And my logic was always like: if I mess up, I will ask for help. Somebody is going to help me.” — Kristina M. 

“…A crucial part of my transition was, for whatever reason, I didn’t worry about ‘am I going to survive? Am I going to be able to pay the bills? Am I going to be able to send my kids to school? I just have faith– and I’ve always had that. That something’s going to happen, and I cannot explain that.” — Kristina M. 

“Happiness is a very personal thing. Success is universal.” — Kristina M. 

“If you could make friends with pain, and still enjoy everything that happens in your life, then you have mastered it.” — Kristina M. 

“Happiness is unique to every single person.” — Kristina M.

“Happiness is just as important to men, I think they just aren’t aware of it.” — Kristina M. 

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