About the Guest
Khe Hy has been labeled the Oprah for Millennials by CNN. His TEDx talk was wildly popular, and he now heads up the famous RadReads, a blog, podcast and newsletter around leadership, introspection and how fear holds us back from our potential. Khe, the child of immigrants to the US, was a Computer Science wiz kid who graduated from Yale and shot up the Wall Street ranks to be a managing director at BlackRock’s hedge fund of funds division. He was actually made famous though when he gave it all up to figure out how to live a more fulfilled life. Now despite the fancy Wall Street gig and seemingly having it all – income, status and nice apartment, deep inside he felt comfortably numb and was afraid he’d spend the rest of his life going through the motions and thinking that happiness lay in the next million. So Khe decided to bravely quit to examine his own life and relationship to money, status, work and time.
What are the results? You need to listen into this incredible podcast where Khe beautifully and honestly shares his courageous journey, achievement as a gateway drug and the key steps – step-by-step that you need to make to transition into a career and life that truly fulfils you.
I hope you enjoyed today’s conversation with Khe as much as I do, and I have to say for me, it was a beautiful reminder of the power of the examined life. So please do check out the show notes for links to Khe’s RadReads podcast and his incredible mail out. In the meantime, please don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter for access to the Life design masterclass. In this short video teaching, I’ll share my personal blueprint on how you can set up every single day for success. So as always, it’s been an absolute pleasure to bring you this podcast, and wishing you a beautiful day or evening wherever you are in the world.
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