The 4 Principles of Success Podcast

#37 – Life Transformation, Yoga and True Happiness with Michael Kohan

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The 4 Principles of Success guest Michael Kohan

#37 – Life Transformation, Yoga and True Happiness with Michael Kohan Michael, or also known as, Mukunda Chandra das, is located Lambertville, New Jersey dedicated to helping his clients and students find balance in all aspects of their lives: emotional, spiritual, mental and physical. Michael is a certified health and life coach, a 500-hour registered Yoga teacher and a certified Vedic Thai Yoga Body Work practitioner who works with others to help them restore balance in their lives by helping them make healthier, more conscious lifestyle choices.  Michael’s goal is to help clients and students discover the skills to help them move forward in all areas of their lives. He feels that his purpose is to serve others through his teaching by encouraging students and clients to become steadfast in their own practices while integrating spiritual and mindful living into their day-to-day lives.

The 4 Principles of Success Podcast

#36 – Leadership, Company Culture, and Business Emotion with Steffan Surdek

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The 4 Principles of Success guest Steffan Surdek

#36 – Leadership, Company Culture, and Business Emotion with Steffan Surdek Steffan is located in Montreal, Canada and is an in-demand leadership coach, a corporate trainer as well as the President and Consulting Principal at Pyxis Cultures where the belief is to contribute to a greater cause and make a difference by cultivating collaborative purposeful organizations. As a widely recognized principal consultant, Steffan’s work has a strong business impact while helping reshape business cultures and guiding them to becoming more collaborative and efficient. Being a successful business coach and consultant, Steffan believes that connecting with people at a personal level is the key that allows him to contribute to a greater cause and consistently make a real and sustainable difference with his clients both professionally and personally. Check out Steffan’s website Provoking Leadership.