In a conversation with Makenzie VanWinkle of the "My Audience Is Me" Podcast, Dr. Finlayson-Fife talks about what it looks like to live your life from your highest desires.

Dr. Finlayson-Fife covers topics like...

  • Why it’s important to lean into our desires.
  • The difference between desire from the best in ourselves vs. the worst in ourselves.
  • How people pleasing can negatively impact your relationship and peace of mind.
  • What a life led by your higher desires might look like and how to get there.

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