In a world where dreams are often dashed by discouragement, one man's journey took an unexpected turn. Meet Phillip Bogolub, the entrepreneur who defied conventional wisdom and found his way back to his true passion. From the medical field to a failed business venture, Phillip's story is a rollercoaster of emotions and surprises. But just when it seemed like all hope was lost, an opportunity arose that would change everything. Stay tuned to discover the unexpected twist that led Phillip down a path he never thought possible.
About Phillip Bogolub:
Phillip Bogolub is the owner and creator of, The Philosophy of “AJANOI”. His philosophy’s purpose is focused on creating the right mentality to focus on what you really want in life and in finding your true purpose on planet Earth. Phillip’s philosophy is based on an imaging technique and mindset through which you will be able to imagine every day as your best day and create opportunities to find joy, love, peace, and abundance for the rest of your life.
Phillip starts with the basics, beginning with something that everyone was born with and is rarely tapped into - your imagination! He has created his own belief system based on extensive research of the conscious and subconscious minds from philosophical, psychological, and theological points of view. Your best day is each day and through the subconscious mind of imagination, anything can be accomplished.
In this episode, Thomas and Phillip discuss how to:
Balancing the rigor and structure of engineering with the fluidity and unpredictability of music composition and entrepreneurship has allowed Phillip to redefine his path and discover unexpected opportunities.
Phillip's determination to follow his passion for music has deeply influenced his entrepreneurial journey, centering his decisions and initiatives around what resonates with his soul and vision.
In sharing the lessons from his entrepreneurial journey, Phillip highlights that the path to success doesn't always look as we expect, emphasizing the need for mindfulness, patience, and consistency.
“Collaboration is the key to success. We are meant to work with people. Me, but on my show, I interview. I shut my mouth. More from listening than from talking." — Phillip Bogolub
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