Sweet Dan Millman, the Peaceful Warrior. A beautiful heart centered conversation with legendary author Dan Millman on his inspiring new book, Peaceful Heart, Warrior Spirit. Dan and I dive in deeply here on a number of topics. As always he shares with great wisdom and authenticity.
Dan is a former world-champion gymnast, Stanford coach, martial arts instructor, and college professor. After half a lifetime exploring the heart of various wisdom traditions, he has dedicated his life to bringing greater clarity, purpose and perspective to men and women from all walks of life. His thirteen books, including Way of the Peaceful Warrior, The Life You Were Born to Live, No Ordinary Moments, The Laws of Spirit and The Journeys of Socrates, have inspired millions of readers in 29 languages.
Dan speaks worldwide, presenting practical ways to live with a peaceful heart and warrior spirit, and has influenced leaders in the fields of health, psychology, education, business, sports, and the arts. Married for 30 years, he has three grown daughters and two grandsons.
In March 2007, Dan’s best-selling autobiographical novel, Way of the Peaceful Warrior, was released nationwide as a major motion picture. The movie, Peaceful Warrior, starring Nick Nolte as “Socrates” and Scott Mechlowicz as “Dan” (Universal/Lionsgate) has opened the hearts and minds of audiences across America and overseas.
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