Aussie dad on his journey of self-discovery


I know it may seem crazy to some, but I want to make a distinction here: my goal here is not to tell you how to live your life, or to teach you how the world works.

In fact, it’s not even a good thing to tell anyone how to do their life.

In a way, it feels like you’re teaching yourself to be a better person.

What I’m going to tell, however, is how to find happiness and fulfillment in life, without feeling trapped.

That’s why I want you to watch my video “The Happy Guy” on YouTube.

And for the record, I think you will find it to be inspirational.

I’ve watched so many videos of men in their 30s doing things the same way I do, but for different reasons.

I watched a lot of documentaries on the internet about self-help, but those documentaries were mostly aimed at men.

They told you to quit your job, take up yoga, and read a lot.

Those programs were so narrow-minded that it almost seemed like they were designed for women.

I didn’t want to go that route.

I’m not talking about people who think it’s cool to smoke weed and drink booze.

I don’t want you reading books on how to have sex, or trying new diets.

I just want you seeing your own happy side and not trying to copy a guru.

I want your self-confidence to come from seeing yourself in a different light.

And it can come from a lot more than just living life the way I have.

In my videos, I try to teach the men I’m speaking to how to take the time to feel happy and have a good time, without becoming consumed with the negative consequences of being unhappy.

But even if you can’t find happiness on your own, there’s no reason why you can also’t find satisfaction from the people around you.

I was sitting in a small, dingy bar at a busy hotel in Singapore when I first started doing videos, and I suddenly felt like I could do a lot better.

I realized that a lot the men in my videos felt the same, even if they didn’t know it.

And that meant that I had to go out and talk to other people.

And by talking to other women, I mean having a conversation with them.

So I thought I should do something with the aim of making women feel comfortable sharing their own experiences, and helping other women find happiness.

What’s the point of being a self-proclaimed guru if you don’t share your life?

I’ve tried many times to be the perfect guru for women, and all I’ve ever gotten is negative feedback from men, so I decided to quit my job and become a freelancer.

It wasn’t the easiest decision, but after doing a lot research, I realized it was a good one.

As a freelancing consultant, I’ve had a lot in my life that I’m thankful for, and the ones I didn-t enjoy I’ve always made it a point to give them up.

It’s easy to be consumed by your own problems, and you can get stuck in your own cycle of negativity.

So instead of giving up, I wanted to help other women to learn to live their lives in a positive light, without worrying about the negative repercussions.

So, to help you achieve that, I’m taking a look at some common problems in your life that can be a little confusing for other women.

First, there are the things that you don