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How To Find Your Authentic Path (More Lead Positive Tips from Robbie Vorhaus)

As a renowned crisis expert and communications strategist, Robbie Vorhaus teaches others that finding their authenticity is the key to happiness and fulfillment. In his recently published book, One Less. One More. – Follow Your Heart. Be Happy. Change Slowly, he explains what happens when you choose to follow your heart, do what you love, and pursue your deepest dreams and desires. According to Robbie, the first step on the path to authenticity is being open to everything and attached to nothing.

Today I published Part 2 of my Lead Positive Profile with Robbie on my Psychology Today blog. In the profile, Robbie discusses what it means to be open to everything and attached to nothing and how it leads to slow, but lasting positive change.

Here are some of the most inspirational quotes from his interview. For the full read, please go here.

On being open to everything:

“…be brave enough to discover or to challenge yourself enough to go beyond the known and the obvious. It’s permission to go on an exploration.”

On being attached to nothing:

“You need to celebrate that you’re on the path, and then you need to let it go.”

On Rosa Parks:

“[Her journey] started not because she wanted to change the world but because she didn’t want someone telling a story that wasn’t hers.”


To read the full interview with Robbie Vorhaus, please visit my blog on Psychology Today. You can also follow Robbie on Twitter @vorhaus.

Dr. Kathy Cramer

Kathryn D. Cramer, PH.D.
Founder and Managing Partner, The Cramer Institute