New Video Series: Portraits of Inspiring Lives

New Video Series: Portraits of Inspiring Lives

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Jack CanfieldMany years ago, a $600-million-dollar man changed the life of Jack Canfield, who later became America’s #1 success coach and co-author of the most successful book series in history, Chicken Soup for the Soul.

Canfield reveals who that man was, and what his teachings contained, in a new video series by the Gaiam company called, ENCOUNTERS: Portraits of Inspiring Lives. In an “up-close and personal film”, Canfield reveals little-known stories about his early childhood, lifelong dreams, and personal philosophy.

For more than 30 years, he has researched what makes successful people flourish and now he reveals their secrets to a wider audience.

The Spiritual Cinema Circle debuts the new Gaiam series this month in their DVD club. In this first installment of the exclusive Encounters biography series, the Chicken Soup for the Soul creator shares his personal stories of transformation and his practical wisdom on how to live your life’s “soul” purpose. (Watch below)
“Take ownership of the fact that you can actively participate in the creation of your own future,”  he reminds us.

In the video, he also speaks to an in-studio audience, sharing everything from how to do your own “joy review” to clarifying your vision for the future.

Also Learn about his passion to help people break out of their “self-imposed limitations”; the essential philosophy that keeps him happy and balanced; and the divine connection behind the creation of the title “Chicken Soup for the Soul.”

Thanks to the Spiritual Cinema Circle, you can receive this video of Jack Canfield, along with the feature film, Broken Hill, and two short films, for free — except a small shipping fee.

WATCH the trailer below, and start your free trial at their website

(Available through August 14, 2010, your first DVD will include these four inspiring films: Sweetener, Jeanine, Jack Canfield: Live a Life of Purpose, and Broken Hill. Click to read more.)

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