What might it be like if you viewed your whole life as a piece of art?
What if everything you ever did could be experienced as an act of artistic creation?
If you recognised yourself as an artist, and your life as an ever unfolding and expanding canvas, what masterpiece would you choose to create next?
Noam Kostucki, friend, fellow coach, and all round beautiful human being, is a man who believes that everything in life can be elevated into an art form.
But beyond his impressive achievements in the world, Noam, for me, is a winning combination of brutal honesty, humour, constant curiosity and natural sensitivity. He is a man walking his talk and living his truth and for that, he has my deepest respect.
In this interview, Noam takes you into his world and invites you to think about:
What it means to create a masterpiece in your life.
How we are all Robots, Slaves, or Gods and what it means to be each of those.
Why consciously creating your life and the masterpieces in it starts with the smallest of things (like brushing your teeth.)
Why it sometimes seems so hard to earn money doing good and doing work you love. Noam will also introduce you to a money exercise to learn more about your own personal relationship with money and how to begin changing it so it works for, not against you.
Why, in order to succeed doing what you love, you must be willing to not only study and master your art, but to become a student of business, marketing and sales.
Check out the interview
Get in touch with Noam
If you're interested in working with Noam, or just want to find out more, you can contact (or stalk) him in the following ways:
About.me/noamkos - The portal to all of Noam's work.
Redefineus.com - For more about Noam's coaching work.
The Art of a Magical Life - One of Noam's most recent masterpieces: an online home for creating your own magical life.
My World Insight - To check out Noam's incredible photography projects.
Over to you...
Blog posts without comments are like Peter Pan without Wendy - an incomplete masterpiece. So add your voice to the comments below and share:
- What masterpiece would you like to create next in your life? What's the next thing that feels like an "impossible" but exciting goal?
- What steps will you take today, tomorrow and this week to start the process of creating that masterpiece?