The Art of Transformation | Constantin Morun | Addressing Time Management


Do you ever feel like you’re constantly on the go, achieving big things but missing out on what truly matters?  You’re not alone. Today’s guest, Constantin Morun, the host of Calm Success Live, discusses strategies to help high achievers balance their demanding careers with personal fulfillment by addressing time management and life priorities. His journey through leadership demonstrates how focusing on core values and intentional living can reclaim significant hours each week. He shares tips on aligning your work with personal values and demonstrates the profound impact this can have on overall well-being. Stop feeling like you’re just going through the motions. Tune in and discover how to achieve success on your terms with Constantin Morun!

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Addressing Time Management And Life Priorities To Find Balance In Your Demanding Career With Constantin Morun

Our guest is Constantin Morun. He has his own show called Unleash Thyself. I was on it and you can check out the episode. We had an amazing conversation, which you’re about to read. The one thing that stood out to me is he’s a Neuroencoding Transformational Growth Specialist. What does that mean? It’s a lot of words, but what’s interesting is he breaks it down.

He breaks it down and shows you how you can use language and use some of the practices that he uses and that I use in my coaching to create a foundation for growth and why that’s important because how is that practical? How can you put that to use in your life? I’m excited for the episode. I had a great time talking to Constantin. Have a read and I’ll see you on the other side.

The Art of Transformation | Constantin Morun | Addressing Time Management


Welcome back to the show. I am very excited to have my guest, Constantin Morun. I met him because I wanted to be on his show. You can go listen to his show. His wonderful show is called Unleash Thyself. Constantin, thank you so much for being here.

It’s such a pleasure. We had such a beautiful conversation on my show. Those reading now can go check it out. Marc had some fire advice to share and also, his story is simply amazing. I’ve learned a lot myself. I felt inspired after it. Go check it out if you want some inspiration.

Constantin, you submitted your information for the show. I was curious because we didn’t talk about this on your show that you’re a licensed neuroencoding specialist. Tell me about what that is.

Neuroencoding Specialist

It’s something I stumbled upon in early 2023. Neuroencoding is essentially a certification that someone by the name of Joseph McClendon III came up with. He’s a neuroscientist and a doctor in psychology. He’s been helping high achievers and top performers to be at the top of their game over the years. He’s been studying not just psychology, but also NLP, hypnotherapy, and other methodologies.

He combined them into his method called neuroencoding then he started certifying people. When I started looking at his stuff, I was like, “This is weird,” because it has different tools and exercises that seem like they’re just fluff. For example, there’s an exercise where you look in the mirror and you say, “I love you, Constantin.” You put a big smile on your face. I thought it was the silliest thing ever until I tried it. I saw what it brought to my life.

Now, I use it with all my clients because it’s such a good way to ground yourself and bring some happiness into your life and connect yourself to yourself so much more. In other words, neuroencoding essentially is the study of the language of our nervous system and subconscious mind. How can we get to look at our thoughts and beliefs and see what’s what? Is it something I want to keep or not? If it’s not, then how do we interrupt them and rewire our brains for success?

I’ve been able to apply that to my life because when I first stumbled upon this, for me, it was all about how can I use this to improve my life. When I saw that it worked well, I was like, “How can I use this to help others?” That’s why I was like, “I know I’m going to get a certification.” I went through the courses through the mentorship and I’m like, “This works.”

My mentor always talks about, “This is about getting further faster.” It’s not about jumping steps. It’s not about having a trick to make a million dollars overnight, but it does work fast, meaning that in my case, it took weeks to see less than weeks. It may be days even in some cases to see massive progress in the way I think, the thoughts I entertain, and the beliefs I hold. It gave me tools to start challenging my own beliefs, interrupt patterns, reward my brain, and so on.

I’m curious, too, because this gets a little bit into what I call woo-woo stuff. You’re so you’re rewiring your beliefs. It’s something that I talk a lot about with my clients and my groups is that a belief is a story that we’re telling ourselves over and over again. Whether it’s a limiting belief or a religious belief or whatever belief, we can tell ourselves the stories that we need to hear to achieve our dreams.

If someone were to work with you to go through this work, what are the kinds of results that you’ve seen people get once they do this rewiring? What’s the value? What’s the practical application? What then happens once they’ve done that?

Find Balance In Your Career And Personal Life

There’s a lot of different benefits coming out of this. The big one I would say is that someone going through this process and working with me would be about achieving more, stressing less, and creating time for what they love without sacrifice. Now sacrificing your success, your relationship, or health. Most of the time people look at, let’s say, personal development or professional development or any type of improvement in their areas. They have to sacrifice something. They have to give something up and they’re already busy. They don’t want to be doing that.

What I’ve come to realize in my life is that I’m someone who’s considered a high achiever, a top performer, working in the corporate world, and being in the entrepreneurial world. I was successful despite, let’s call them my limitations and my weaknesses. Once I started looking at those limitations and those weaknesses, I started eliminating them, then the sky became the new limit. All of a sudden, it opened up so many doors I didn’t know were there.


The Art of Transformation | Constantin Morun | Addressing Time Management


For someone reading this and being like, “What’s the benefit of investing in yourself?” The benefit is that you get to create the life you’ve always wanted. Not by anyone else’s definition, but by your own definition. Most of us, what I have found, and this goes back to me as well, I had a definition of success, my dreams, and my vision based on someone else’s reality or a combination of my parents, my caretakers, my teacher, or my society. You name it.

When you work with me and I’m sure with you as well, it’s about getting clear on who you are below the indoctrination, below all those stories that are not even yours. The question then comes down to me and this is a question I ask myself all the time when a story comes up, let’s say a thought or a belief. If a thought gets repeated enough times, it becomes a belief. It’s a bigger story, it’s like, is it my story or is it someone else’s story?

If it’s someone else’s story, doesn’t mean it’s bad necessarily but then I get to ask the next question. It’s like, do I like this story? Do I want this to be my story? You take it and you apply it to your life then you maybe make some changes and make it your own story. This is the power of what I would say, starting with the foundation, your psychology. Your thoughts and beliefs about self-others in the world, the power of writing your own stories, means you get to create your own dreams, vision, and your own life without anyone else’s definition of success.


Start with the foundation, the power of writing your own stories, to create your dreams, vision, and life without anyone else’s definition of success.


This was something that I’ve dealt with. I was offered an opportunity to join this very exclusive program. It’s expensive and time-consuming. The thing that they promised, the results was very appealing. This massive success and money and all these other things. I’m very proud of myself. I told them, “I’m not going to give you an answer. I need to go talk to my team. need to go think about these things. Does it work for me?”

What I got clear on is, I would love to have those results but who I am and the way that I want to do it is different. There are values that I have and there are ways that I want to grow my team and my business. I want to have those results and I want to say that I did it in this way that’s completely aligned with who I am because it’s very seductive to listen to society and all these success gurus out there saying, “You got to push these levers and say these things then you get all the stuff.” How to do that in an authentic way? This work that you’re doing is so important because how do you discover that without, in your case, literally looking in the mirror?

This has been my challenge, too, what you described to a T. I’ve been someone who’s been climbing the corporate ladder. I have a successful career with Microsoft as part of their enterprise sales team. You could say I’m at the top of my game. From here, I could stay in this career for the rest of my life and have enough money and success to have a comfortable life or I could climb the ladder going on to leadership and whatnot. Those are options but then I realized. I’m like, “Is it fully aligned with who I am?”

I was able to bring my why, my gifts, and my strengths into my work ever since I’ve done the discovery and the clarity around that. It made me a better co-worker. That’s why I’m still there because I’m able to bring it in but then a part of me is like, “I can do more too. Why if I share some of this stuff with other people and start coaching them and mentoring them?” That’s how I started down this path that you are on too and you found yourself.

It wasn’t necessarily because it was like, “I want to be a coach.” I’ve been a coach most of my life. It’s more like, “I don’t want to hold this information back because if it’s helped my life and the life of all these people I’ve been able to impact. I’m sure it’s going to impact many others.” To me, it’s always the foundation. We talked about the foundation as your thoughts and beliefs about yourself and others in the world.

What I do in my programs, for example, the one I developed. It’s been seeing amazing success in my clients. As you build the foundation, you start there. There are likely big fires in your life that you can put out and have a ripple effect across your life. Perhaps. a challenge in your relationship or in your emotions and how you handle them or how you don’t handle them. As you start to build a foundation, it’s about getting clear on your why and on your purpose.

I was going to ask you about that. That was my next question. You’re doing great.

Do you remember that book by Simon Sinek that says Start with Why?

I have the Start with Why. I have the workbook and have seen the TED Talk a thousand times.

That’s what I started, too. Here’s the funny thing, I started with that. I watched, as you said, a TED Talk. I watched other videos and other people. It took me months to come up with it, then it took me another few months to do something with it, and here’s what I found. When I look back, I’m like, “How did I get to this point?” My foundation was too weak for it because I had my why but my thoughts and beliefs were not supporting what I was finding.

That’s why for me I reversed that instead of starting with why. I’m like, “Let’s start with the foundation.” It’s not like your foundation is weak. No one necessarily has a weak foundation because if you’re here, you’re likely a high achiever. You’re a top performer. I’ve already seen success in your life. Some pieces of the foundation are weaker than others and not necessarily yours, which means that you now get to look in and say, “Can I replace this wooden board, the beam that holds my foundation with something made out of steel, maybe?” Now I’m not going to self-sabotage as much.

I’m not going to allow self-doubt to creep in and all those beautiful things. For me, if you start with a foundation, a few weeks in, you can move into the why. The why exercise like finding that why or getting clear if you have an idea of why it is. Also opens the door to finding your gifts and strengths because most of us know some of the things we’re great at. From everyone I’ve seen in my life and including myself, it’s not like we’ve ever spent time to dig in and see what are those innate gifts you’re born with and seem to come up all the time?

Maybe you’re a people person or an optimist. Whatever the case might be then also the strengths. What are those abilities you’ve developed over time that set you apart and top or bottom of them? There’s a lot of research that looked at like, who gets more out of life. Those that invest in gifts and strengths, their abilities, or those that invest in improving their weaknesses? I was pleasantly surprised to see that it’s not even close. If you double down on your gifts and strengths, you’re going to see a much bigger ROI than if you look at improving all the areas you think you’re lacking in.


If you double down on your gifts and strengths, you will see a much bigger ROI than if you look at improving all the areas you think you’re lacking.


That’s interesting that you’ve got that split between improving on strengths and weaknesses. When you’re doing this work, I imagine that “weaknesses” come up. Things like self-doubt and the way we hold ourselves back. When you’re working, I know you work with people one-on-one and I do want you to talk at some point about the events you’ve got coming up.

When people come in, do they just ignore the weaknesses? How does that work? How does that foundation get built? I can say from experience, I’ve been doing this work for a long time. It’s not that I never have self-doubt. How do you use that distinction to help people get past the obstacles, the ways they’re getting in their own way?

I see it as challenges and weaknesses like self-doubt, procrastination, overwhelm, and various fears, fear of failure, success, rejection, and self-loathing. I don’t necessarily see those as weaknesses. I see those as challenges being presented to us. I’ll give you an example. For me, that’s a weakness or was it when I started on this?

Focus On Your Strength

When I started my show, a weakness for me was editing my show because I wasn’t good. It was something that I wasn’t great at but here’s what I did. Instead of focusing on what I was greater, which was talking to people, doing the interviews, and posting on social media. I doubled down on like, “I need to learn this.” Now it took me 10 hours or 20 hours a week and editing.

Imagine if I had put all the time into improving my ability to present, host an interview, coach someone, or any of those things. Without even going into details, the ROI would be much bigger. I’ve delegated, like you, my editing to someone else. That’s their specialty, gift, and strength and they can double down on it. It’s not mine. When it comes to self-doubt, which is not necessarily a material thing or any of the fears mentioned or any of those things.

I see them as challenges in the sense that most of us get challenged by one or many of those, despite our success. I call them the thieves of our time and dreams. There are ten of them. Let’s see if I remember them all but there’s imposter syndrome, procrastination, overwhelm, self-doubt, self-loathing, and stress, then we have fear of success, failure, and rejection and there’s one more I’m missing. Essentially, if you think about those and anyone reading, how many times in your life have you been afflicted by at least one or more of those?

I know that every single one was part of my life at some point. I would want to say more than half of them were present at any given time. I joined Microsoft when I was in my early 30s. Imposter syndrome, self-doubt, and self-loathing were huge for me and fear of failure and fear of success because I came from a small startup into this massive company in a very senior role. I was the youngest by like two decades with the rest of my team. I felt like, “How did I make it here?” That impostor feeling comes up then the self-doubt creeps in and maybe some hesitation.

Hesitation was number ten that we missed. The hesitation came up, procrastination, and overwhelm. You can start to relate and be like, “That comes up,” but yet you’re successful which means that if you start to overcome some of these challenges. Now that they disappear, but you have the tools to overcome them before they undercourse, derail you, or sabotage you. All of a sudden, the sky is the limit and you can do anything and everything you want. It doesn’t matter what it is that you want.


You can do anything and everything you want if you have the tools to overcome the challenges before they derail or sabotage you.


I’m curious to ask, too, because you talk about the work that you do. Is there a common set of traits or a person who’s in the right place or maybe a place that they’re in that makes someone in the perfect place to receive this work from you?

I would say that if we look at the people I work with the most and the people that feel I try the most to me. They can associate themselves with a high achiever. There’s someone who wants more for themselves and their family, but also potentially the world, making a big impact. They might be an entrepreneur, an executive, an artist, or even an athlete. I work with a couple of them. Usually, these are the things that they realize in their life that they’re too busy to do the things that they love. Either spend time with their family or kids or partner or maybe start the business they’ve always wanted or they’re too tired, overwhelmed, stressed, and burned out.

Those are usually the five big pillars I see people who come to me struggle with the most. If someone is too busy, which is something I used to pry myself in. I’d be like, “I’m so busy.” Which meant that being too busy equals success. We know that’s a lie that we like to tell ourselves as a society. We like to tell us to keep us preoccupied and distracted. I realized we could take some control back.

If you align yourself with the foundation, your why, your gifts, and your strengths, all of a sudden, you start to create time out of thin air. People kept asking me over my years of transformation, it’s like, “Constantin, how do you have time for a full-time job, coaching, and a show? All these things.” I didn’t know initially. I was like, “I love what I do.” In part, that’s true.

It’s funny, you reminded me of a conversation I had. I was exploring early on who I wanted to work with and what their challenges were. I have a friend who was in a leadership position at a very well-known branding, and product design company. I said, “What’s the challenge for you?” There’s so much there around time and balance and being present. Nobody on their deathbed says, “I wish I worked more.”

I asked him. I’m like, “What’s getting in your way from maybe doing some of the work with a coach or someone to help you with that?” He said, “I don’t I don’t need another project.” That was fascinating to me and I’m hearing you say this, too. You have to put energy into this work but what you receive on the other hand the ROI, if you will, in terms of time, balance, and getting a handle on these thieves.

The thieves of time and dreams.

Getting a handle on these thieves. What’s so beautiful about this work, and honestly, it saves 10 hours or 15 hours or 20 hours a week. I have a client who I had this conversation with. She was having a hard time making a very important set of decisions. We worked through it for a while, but at some point, I was like, “How much time have we spent on this?”

If we look back over the last few weeks, what if we had made this decision sooner? How much time would you have had back? What would you maybe have done with that? What dream might we have filled that that time? We’re continuing to work together and now we’re in a new place saying, “We’re going to commit to this to this dream to this vision we have for our life.” I don’t think anybody’s vision is, “I want to be working all the time.”

Hopefully, not. Unless it’s for a good cause. I’ve seen people that are like, “I love my cars and my why so much that I can.” It’s not working anymore. It’s doing what you love. I love what you said because many people are like, “If I’m too busy, how can I now start working with someone like Marc or Constantin to improve that area of my life or any other area?”

I love the question whenever it comes up. In my conversations, I do clarity calls and strategy calls with people to see who they are and if I can help them. If I can’t, I pass them on to someone who can because I have a fairly big network. That’s a beautiful thing to see. The question I asked them is like, what’s the cost of not doing something like that? I have a math degree. I figure you may have known that, but I love numbers.

Back in the day, someone asked me, “What’s the cost of not changing?” All of a sudden, I’m like, “Wow.” If you’re someone that cares about money a lot and many of us do. It’s like, that’s millions of dollars down the road. To the point that you could be 8 or 9 figures for some of us. The other question that I get to ask and it’s so beautiful. It’s like, what would it be worth to you, Marc, if we can create five hours a week for you? What would that be worth to you? What’s your hourly rate?

Some people I’ve worked with may say, “I say my hourly rate is $2,000 or $5,000.” If they’re in exact. The entrepreneurs, I’ve seen it mostly up to $20,000. You’re telling me that, you if I got you five hours back in a week. You can make $25,000 to $100,000 a week. Again, it’s money but what about relationships? People don’t necessarily look at that. I knew that when I was working my 60 hours of Microsoft and priding myself on it or 65 hours or 70 hours, my relationships were suffering. Not just with my partner but with my friends.

I don’t have children but if I had kids, those would suffer. What would that be worth? Many people say it’s priceless. There is no value to it. The next question comes, would you not take 15 to 30 minutes a day on average to gain back five plus hours every week? That’s on the low end because you mentioned 10 to 20 hours. With the type of stuff I’m doing, personally, I created in my life easily 40 hours a week.

The Power Of Choice

I remember when I started looking at this problem in the way that you’re talking about, but creating that time for myself. It sounds like some magical thing. You and I know that it’s not. One of the things that I have, my clients, you’re familiar with this concept. I’m sure it’s doing like an energy audit like, where are you spending your time? What are you putting in? What are you getting back?

Maybe it’s in terms of money or a feeling. You can see very clearly once you charted out a little bit that there are these things that are important to you, whether it’s family, kids, or friendships. You’re like, “These things are suffering.” My vision for myself for who I am is not someone who lets his friendship suffer or who lets his relationship suffer.

It’s one of these things. Our society is so focused on 10Xing everything and money and all this other stuff. It’s important. We got to go do these things. Let me ask you, for the clients that you have, what’s one or two things that they say are the most important to them that are outside of tradition like money?

Relationships Are Important

Relationships come pretty much number one. Some don’t have a relationship with a significant other so they want to find someone, but then they’ll be easy to find someone, date, or improve their relationship with their kids, family, or friends. I would say that those are the big ones. You mentioned something cool earlier and I want to bring this up because whenever I talk about this, it’s always such an a-ha moment for many people, including myself.

There’s a person by the name of Bronnie Ware. You may be familiar with her. She essentially wrote a book, The Top Five Regrets of the Dying. She spent time with people that were about to pass away and she chronicled everything that they said and what they were regretting. What came in number one is the courage to live true to themselves. Many wish they had the courage to live a life true to themselves. Not the life fathers expected of them.

Now, most people don’t think about this, as you asked me the question, this would not be number one on the list because most people don’t think. There are some clients I’ve worked with that’ll be like, “I want more clarity on this because it feels like I’m living someone else’s dream.” Most of us are, I wouldn’t say so asleep because they may sound judgmental. I could say myself as someone that was asleep for a long time but that’s how it feels. I didn’t even realize I was leaving someone else’s dream until I started looking into it.

Number two was what you said is working less. Regret was about missing out on life’s important moments because of too much time spent on work. Number three is expressing feelings. People wanted to be able to express more feelings freely if they could go back in time. Number four is the one you touched upon and the one I see a lot is, staying in touch with friends and family. There was a common regret of not maintaining friendships over the years.

If you think about friendships, at least in my life, they do require effort from both sides. Now, it could be effortless but it still requires you to invest time and something else in it. You both give and receive in the relationship. Whatever type of relationship it is. The last point, number five, because this closes up the circle. This is something that people come to me with like, “I’m not happy in my life. I’m not fulfilled. I’m not joyful.” Number five was many realize too late that happiness is a choice and regretting to live your life.

Giving the example where, and you can keep people anonymous where maybe somebody was unhappy. It was just a matter of choice.

First of all, I preface that I believe that everything is a matter of choice in our life. Even when it feels like we don’t have a choice. We do. I’ll take the most basic example, and I’ll answer the other part of the question. Do you know how they say the only two sure things in life are death and taxes? Let’s break down the taxes piece because of the death, we can get controversial there.

Let’s break down taxes. Is it mandatory or is it a choice? Now, if I don’t pay taxes, there are outcomes that are going to happen that are not going to be favorable, but I have a choice. I could choose to not pay taxes, but better yet, I could choose to move to another place in the world but I don’t have to pay taxes. I’m in Canada. I pay way too many taxes. That’s the reality of me making a choice to live in this country.

I came from Europe, from Eastern Europe. I could go back to some countries in Europe, for example, Germany and Portugal. You could be, let’s say, a crypto investor and don’t have to pay anything on your cryptocurrency gains or anything. There are other countries in certain parts of the world where you pay no tax if you want to. Even that’s a choice. For most people, it doesn’t seem realistic because they haven’t looked at the alternatives.

If we bring it back, one of the clients, someone who worked at Microsoft as well, is a high achiever, and leader in her space. When she started with me, she said on a level of like, however, one, the stress and not happy. She was a 1 out of 10. By the time we’re done, months later, she was like about 7.5 saying she couldn’t wait to wake up every day because she felt not only just happier and more full of life. She knew that any challenge that came her way, could be overcome because she now had a choice of how she responds to every situation.

The words I use that is I have a choice because, in the past, she didn’t have a choice. She felt that life happens to her. What her manager said, her team, her co-workers, and her clients, “That’s something that happened to her.” If the police pulled you over, that’s what happens to you. While you’re able to reframe, and this is what I encourage everyone to see if you can. Look at the situation as things happening for you. Not you. If it’s for you, that means it empowers you to be like, “Everything is happening for me.” That means there’s at least a lesson, a gift in everything that’s happening.

That thing is not a desirable outcome. Sometimes things happen. You get pulled over by the car. That’s not a thing that you chose, but the question that I hear you asking is, how can I look at this and figure out it’s for me? Maybe I’ll be more careful when I’m driving and it’s a good safe decision for my longevity. Maybe there’s a lesson for me here. I know that can be challenging.

The reason I gave you that example is because that’s exactly what she said. Months into our work, she got pulled over by the cops because she was skinny. She’s like, “Constantin, you won’t believe what just happened,” because she got pulled over in the past. She had a couple of car accidents. She’s like, “I always freaked out. I was hiding what happened from everyone because I was so ashamed. I was beating myself up so much, but I got pulled over and I had a big smile on my face.”

She went home and did the exercise. The exercise I gave her essentially was to take a piece of paper and draw a line down the middle. On the left, write down how you feel this happened to you. On the right side, write down how it happened for you. It opens up your mind because now you have a choice. What do you put your focus on? Do you focus on the negatives and that’s all you’re going to see in your life because that’s what you’re looking at? Are you going to look at the positives and the lessons and be like, “I can learn from this in more of the next step?” That’s what they call a growth mindset.

I love that you have that two-column exercise. I don’t hear you saying this, but there’s this idea of toxic positivity, “Look at the bright side.” What I hear you saying is like, you have to acknowledge the darkness, the pain, and the discomfort. I’m not choosing and I don’t have a choice. I have some choice but if I get caught speeding or something. There are parts of that that are out of my control. Reading Seneca and Marcus Aurelius, the Stoics, coming from that philosophy. The choice that we always have is our response to a situation.

My parents come from an Eastern European background or communist background, I had a big debate with them around this, like, “How can you not focus on the negative mindset?” I said, “It’s not that I’m ignoring the negatives. I choose to put my focus somewhere else because if I only look at the negatives, there’s no way for me to see the good in anything, the positivity.”

The toxic positivity you talk about, I fell for that many years ago. It’s like, you put your head in the sand and you ignore the negatives. When you ignore them, then again, you can’t learn from them. What came up to share as you were talking about the Stoics and whatnot and with the responses that we have? That’s what your power resides in because you’ll have thoughts and beliefs come up all the time. First, you have to be aware of them.

Once you’re aware and accepted knowledge and all that, you can start to get curious. You can start interrupting them and replacing them. By curiosity, is it my thought or belief or is it coming from, let’s say, my parents when I was growing up? They grew up in a different environment and they passed it down to me. Is it from my society? The more curious we get, the more answers we receive, then we have the power of choice. You can still look at the list we made, the negatives and the positives. You can still choose to look at the negatives but then remind yourself and get curious. What happens when you do that?

When you start doing it, as I said, it’s about your life and no one else’s. You will start to realize the power of this because you will realize, “Things will start showing up in your life based on what you put your focus on.” There’s a ton of research on this as well. If I tell you, think of a red car or you want to buy a red car. When you go on the street, you’re going to see mostly red cars because your mind starts to focus on what your attention is on because you have too much input. It cannot show you everything.

I forget what the line is, but where you put your attention, that’s what you’re spending all your time thinking about what went wrong and how terrible it was. That feeling or outcome is like a self-fulfilling prophecy. I’m looking at the clock a little bit and I wanted to make sure to ask you. You mentioned to me and I want to hear more about the live events that you’re planning.

I did a test event at the end of March. I said, “Let me see if I can start sharing a lot of what I’ve learned,” and with the idea of just giving back. I would be like, “These are my ideas. These are what I’ve seen.” When I say my ideas, they’ve been taken or inspired by other people or inspired by you.

You don’t live in a vacuum.

It’s like, “This is how about stuff.” It was received very well. I had good attendance and people were excited. Some people are like, “I want to work with you because I see how you think.” I’m like, “Let’s start doing more of this.” About once a month or once every two months, I do a four-hour masterclass where we dive deep into those three pillars I mentioned, which are the psychological foundation, the why and your vision, and the gifts and strengths. Those are the big pillars. The idea is about achieving more, stressing less, and creating time for what you love.

That’s the promise. You come in as someone that may be a bit too busy. Maybe overwhelmed and at the end, you’ll see the system that other high achievers like myself, my clients, and others are using to essentially create time for what they love. The four-hour masterclass will dive into this. There’s also a five-day challenge I’m putting together as well, which will be essentially two hours per day for five days.

There’s homework at the end of each day. There are exercises, which you’ll get in the four-hour masterclass but it will give us even more time to go deeper. The idea again is not to come to yet another event to fill your calendar. It’s to come to an event where hopefully, you find inspiration and empowerment to guide you on this journey.

I like the idea. For me, if you tell me that I can work with you, I can create time. I’m sold. I do a good job of balancing my life. I make sure I spend time with my kids every day and I see my wife. I get some self-care. I go to jujitsu every day. That’s my self-care time. I’m always on the lookout. This is from you know that book, Essentialism, like how can I do less, but better? How can I serve more people? How can I have a deeper impact?

I love that you’re doing these events because that’s what I’m hearing you do. You’re taking everything that you’ve learned in your life. Also, with all of this professional work you’ve done with these clients and all the learnings that you’ve done. You’re saying, “Let me put this in a format that anybody can benefit from.”

I love what you said there because what I’ve come to realize in this life is that what my why is or my purpose is about inspiring and empowering others on this journey so they too can find fulfillment, joy, and success, and get to shine their light in the world. There’s a beautiful quote I like by Gandhi that says something along the lines of, “Be the change you want to see in the world.” What came up for me is that I made my own quote out of it. It’s like, “Be the light you want to see in the world because there’s a lot of darkness.” We can agree on that.

We can focus on the darkness and you know think that the world is going to end. There’s a lot of proof for it. We flip it and we look at the light and the love that’s out there because we can also create more of that. If you look at your life, when do you feel best when you are filled with darkness, hate, and fear or when you’re filled with love and light? To me, it was a no-brainer when I figured it out. I’m like, “I want more of this and less of this.”

That is such a beautiful place to close. Speaking for throwing quotes around now. There’s a quote by Rumi that I love, “If everything around seems dark, look again. You may be the light.” That’s what I’m hearing in the work that you do. You’re connecting people with that inner light. Giving them the motivation, tools, and inspiration to open up and shine that light in the world. There is so much more that I feel like we have to talk about, but I do have to close things out. I’m going to have to have you back on the show so we can continue the conversation. Before we close, where can people find out more about these live events, these master classes, and how to work with you?


If everything around seems dark, look again. You may be the light.


The best way to find me is on LinkedIn as I build a website and everything else or rebuild it, I should say, Constantin Bo Morun. The show itself is Unleash Thyself. You can find it anywhere you find shows and YouTube as well. I’m active across all social media platforms. Marc and I collaborate on reels and stuff. You will see us.

You’ll see some social posts from this. Maybe we can do a whole episode on creating reels. It’s been so awesome to have you. Again, I feel like we have so much more to talk about, but let’s close things here, and let’s make sure that we talk again. Thank you so much for coming, sharing your wisdom, and sharing your life. Thank you, Constantin.

Thank you, everyone.

Thank you for reading this episode. I had a great time talking to Constantin, and there’s so much in there. I encourage you to please check out the links. He’s got some great events coming up. He’s got a great program that he runs. He’s giving a lot of this stuff away because he loves to serve people, and I get that. I love it. I love to serve people, and this show is one way. If you like the show and you’d like to support me in continuing the show, do all the things, like it, comment, and leave me a message. Please share the show with your friends.


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About Constantin Morun

The Art of Transformation | Constantin Morun | Addressing Time ManagementI am Constantin Morun, a Neuroencoding & Transformational Growth Specialist. My own journey, overcoming a life-long battles with depression, anxiety, burnout, and the ‘ten thieves of our dreams’ — procrastination, hesitation, fear of failure, success, rejection, imposter syndrome, self-loathing, self-doubt, stress, and overwhelm — forms the cornerstone of my two-plus decades in personal and professional development. This firsthand experience has deeply shaped my approach to empowering others. In my diverse career, I’ve held numerous leadership and change roles within the corporate and coaching worlds. Combined with my degree in Mathematics and expertise as a Licensed Neuroencoding Specialist, I bring to the table a unique blend of practical life strategies and neuropsychological insights. Having guided countless individuals on similar paths, my mission is to empower and guide you in discovering your ‘why’, rewiring your brain, and overcoming limiting beliefs to unlock your full potential. As someone who is still on this transformative journey, I warmly invite you to join me in this process of growth and self-discovery. Together, let’s embark on a transformative journey to break free from the barriers holding you back, stepping into a life filled with purpose, fulfillment, abundance, and joy.
What are you excited to talk about on our podcast?
So many ideas and topics come to mind! I specialize in helping high achievers create time for what they love without sacrifice. And I do that through 3 pillars: • Clarifying Your Drive, Vision and WHY: Delve into a refined understanding of what motivates you, crafting a vision that integrates your success with your aspirations for a more balanced life. • Strategic Leverage of Your Gifts and Strengths: Identify and optimize your unique gifts and strengths, applying them in ways that maximize your impact with less time and effort. • Robust Psychological and Emotional Foundations: Strengthen your mental resilience and emotional well-being with advanced tools rooted in the latest findings from neuroscience and positive psychology, preparing you for the complexities and demands of a high-achievement lifestyle.

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