You will be deeply inspired listening to Nik’s story of how he went from a child medically confined to his bedroom the first 10 years of his life, to achieve all his biggest and wildest dreams.
By listening to this interview you will learn why we must be accountable to our ourselves for what we create in our lives and ask the right questions. At the interview I drilled down to find Nik Halik’s secrets of success for achieving some major goals in his life and creating great wealth at a young age and get his advice on how to create financial freedom and and achieve your full potential in life.
There is podcast of the full interview and transcript of the first half of the interview posted below in this article.
Nik Halik Interview to Pavlina Papalouka (43:02)
NIK HALIK INTERVIEW TRANSCRIPT:
Hi this is Pavlina Papalouka of pavlinapapalouka.com and I would like to welcome you to an interview with Nik Halik, Wealth Strategist, Astronaut, Successful Entrepreneur, Best Selling Author, one of the most inspirational people I have met. This interview was recorded in November 2011.
Nik: I know, it is far more profound wisdom in reversing the questioning and allowing life to question us, I mean look yourself in the mirror and just probe and ask yourself ‘Do you still respect who you are and what you have accomplished?’ Ask yourself that every day.I defined my passion a very long time ago and I think I was very definitive and I really discovered my ‘Why’. My ‘why’ is basically everything to me. I found my passion, I connected to my passion and also I clarified what my passion was in life. You know what? There are two most important days in our lives: The day we were born and the day we discover why we were born. And as an 8 year old I discovered my real purpose and for the last 32 years of my life, I’ve just been maintain congruency regarding that purpose of my life.
And for me the secret of happiness is simple: ‘Find out what you truly love to do and then direct ALL your energy towards it’.To me that’s what life’s all about. Just raising your standards and adding value to your life. And I call this principle ‘Valuefacturing’ – add a value to your own life, add value to other people’s lives. So long as you are adding value to every aspect and component in your life – Valuefacturing.