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As Chinese philosopher Confucius expressed in his teachings, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.”
This is what popular web TV host and author Lilou Mace calls, “The Juice.” The joy and abundance of life that can be lived everyday once one finds their passion and their purpose.
Lilou’s journey which has culminated in her well known Juicy Living Tour – has brought a real magic, excitement and purpose to her life and to many of her loyal viewers, but like all journeys, there were bumps in the road on the way to a destination of true fulfillment.
Alexis Brooks talks with Lilou about her exciting path to creating what she refers to as “the abundant journey of an open heart.”
More about our guest:
Lilou Macé is a French-American author, webTV host and international Internet video blogger since 2005 with over 24-million video views and the co-founder of a global Internet community, The 100-Day Reality Challenge www.CoCreatingOurReality.com. Lilou is now traveling around the world interviewing people to offer online everyday inspiration on the Juicy Living Tour.
In April 2009 she self-published ‘I Lost My Job and I Liked It: 30-Day Law-of-Attraction Diary of a Dream Job Seeker‘ after losing her job on the 16th of February 2009, as Internet Marketing Director, in London, England.
Lilou’s Youtube videos (over 2,000 videos) document her participation in life, on her 12-month around the world Juicy Living Tour and the 100-Day Reality Challenge, as well as features world famous authors, speakers, artists, entrepreneurs that Lilou qualifies as ‘Juicy’. These guests present their thoughts and message in a fun, educational and inspiring format.
Her international guests includes Dr Wayne Dyer, Neal Donald Walsch, Gary Zukav, Don Miguel Ruiz, Dr Joe Dispenza, Dr Carl Calleman, James Redfield, Caroline Myss, Barbara Marx Hubbard, John Gray, Sonia Choquette, Mooji, Pr Bill Tiller, Dr Joan Borysenko, Dr John Demartini, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Drunvalo Melchiezedek, Gay Hendricks, Amma, Panache Desai, Don Miguel Ruiz, Debbie Ford and many many more.