The Feel Good Podcast Ep. 4 ~ “Living a Life of Energy, Fulfillment & Wellbeing” with James McWhinney

In this episode of TFGP, I interviewed James McWhinney, an Australian blogger & author of the book The Wellbeing Revolution.

We discussed a wide range of cool topics, including how we can increase our energy, tap into our full potential, and feel good everyday.

I really enjoyed the discussion, and I have no doubt that you’ll pick up some great tricks & wisdom as well.

As always, there are 3 ways to listen to the Podcast:

1) Subscribe/Listen on iTunes

2- Watch the Video

3- Listen to the MP3


If you’re interested in increasing your energy levels, finding your life’s purpose, and getting an introduction to spirituality, you can pick up James’ book, The Wellbeing Revolution, right here. It’s a great read, and it’s filled with practical wisdom.

Thanks for listening/watching & if you have any questions hit us up in the comments section below!



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Posted on : 26, Dec 2011


  • The same day I read this post I purchased the book and read it one sitting. I find it greatly motivational. Everything has been said before, the same approaches to owning your life have been covered by numerous philosophers and everyday thinkers. And while this read wasn’t exceptionally original, it had a different angle or little something that allowed it to be more effective than the related material I have read before. The questions in the book serving as a guide to finding yourself dug much deeper, and for once I was able to get a more concrete idea of who I am..I who I should be. Now comes the hard part – finding the right channel and the balls to do it.
    Thank you for the post and the inspiration

    • Hey Ming! Very happy to hear you enjoyed the book. I too greatly enjoyed it, and while some of the ideasI’d read before elsewhere, it served as a great reminder, but there were also a few new concepts I’d never been exposed to that have really expanded my mind.

      You’re right, reading is the easy part.. really going out there, applying this stuff, and making big things happen is the hard part, but also the fun part. Best of luck and don’t hesitate to get in touch if you ever want to bounce ideas around or anything like that!

  • What a great podcast, really enjoying your work Phil. You have a great way of looking at life. Both you and James seem to be part of a movement which is taking hold around the world. So great to see.

    The Wellbeing Revolution created change in my life, it forced me to start my own website and question what I really want to do and who I want to be. Im currently at uni and thought about dropping out but the book made me realise that i really enjoy parts of my degree so I started to put together all my passions and strengths and created my ideal job. I am now in the process of growing this which is so new and scary but at the same time amazing. If it wasn’t for this book I wouldn’t have stretched my comfort zones and would probably be working in a corporate job simply because thats what I thought was success.

    Great book. Life changing.
    Thanks Phil

    • Hey Alana, wow what a wonderful comment.

      Thanks so much for your kind words, and above all, great job for taking action and going for it. “Scary & amazing” is a great indication that you’re playing at your edge, in that place where an extraordinary life gets created (these days, everytime I think about my upcoming move to California that’s how I feel, so I take it as a good sign!)

      PLease let me know if there’s ever anything I can do to help you with your projects.


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