Season 1, Episode 35: Rick Tamlyn – Self-Empowerment Expert

In this episode, I have the great pleasure of introducing you to Rick Tamlyn. Rick is a self-empowerment expert that inspires people to be their best. His compelling purpose is to encourage and assist others so that when they reach the end of their lives they can say, “That was a great life!” rather than, “I wish I had done more.”

In 2001, Rick co-created The Bigger Game: a tool that inspires people from all walks of life to get out of their comfort zones and invent the lives they want. As a trusted advisor for Fortune 100 companies, small businesses, nonprofits, and churches, he has built a global audience, speaking and conducting workshops in more than 17 countries. His current bigger game is “to activate millions of people around the world to play their own compelling bigger games.”

His book, Play Your Bigger Game, published by Hay House in 2013, is available on; and if you really want to UP your game, check out the Bigger Game Expo from June 11-14, 2015, in Silver Bay, New York.

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One thought on “Season 1, Episode 35: Rick Tamlyn – Self-Empowerment Expert

  1. I listened to this podcast last night and it was excellent! It got the creative process going on what we are doing here and what we could be. How can we shift what we are doing? How can we have more fun and fulfillment in our lives? Good insightful thoughts!

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