Frank Jay Porcaro and I have a lot on common: we are connected by a commitment to radical authenticity… and that is the most powerful connection there could be.
Over the last few days, Frank Jay, a motivational speaker, coach and international retreat facilitator, stayed at my apartment in Manly. We sat down for a “flow-chat” and shot this video.
(Excuse the lighting at the end. The sun set, and I didn’t realise it was going to do that! #jokes)
A few days later, Frank Jay did this little impromptu interview of yours truly.
How do you live with authenticity?
Authentic living is easier said than done.
Step1: Own up to inauthenticity. That can be tough.
Step 2: Then you have to learn who you really are. This is a never ending process.
Step 3: Then you have to pick your way through the debris of your crumbling ego, removing rocks piece by piece until you get closer and closer to real-ness.
Step 4: Continue this infinitum until you have no rocks to clear, whether in this life time or the next!
Learning about Frank Jay’s life story, I could spot this same path.
He had a very tough childhood, and growing up in an abusive household, which led him to some radically rebellious teenage years, Frank Jay has had to do a lot of work to get to where he is now.
It started with him taking full responsibility for his life. For this, I respect and honour him.
I’ve only known him for a couple of months, but I love the guy! That is the feeling I have in my heart when I’m with anyone who is so honest and authentic, that there is no ego getting in the way of pure connection.
He is a true inspiration and someone I know is going to make a big difference to many peoples lives. He already is, as an inspirational speaker, a transformational coach, and a co-founder of International Tribe Design, who hold retreats in some of the most amazing places on earth.
In this flow-chat we get deep on everything that stands between You and living a FULL POWER life. Plenty of nuggets in here for anyone who feels deep down that big shifts are around the corner.