meet eoin finn

'Tis the season for goal setting! Meet lululemon ambassador, Eoin Finn, who is about to celebrate a huge goal with the launch of the Blissology Project in January 2011:

describe yourself in 5 words

Tuned into something very big.

what are your 1-year, 5 year and 10 year goals?

One year goal: By January 2011 I have created and launched an inspiring Blissology Project lifestyle program that will set off a global love revolution!

Five year goal: By January 2016 I will have a centre where people can study yoga and blissology and experience the wonder of the ocean. The ripples will be felt around the world!

Ten year goal: Our baby (due in Feb. 2011), will be 10 by then, so by Jan 2021 I will do a daily triathlon of surf, yoga and hammock-chilling every day for a whole month with my wife Insiya and our family at our Sri Lankan bliss palace on the beach.

how did you come up with the term blissology?

Blissology is a word that I came up with in university. It's the art of finding sustainable happiness by getting in touch with a force that helps us feel more love, kindness, and connection.

what is the blissology project?

It's a global movement to create more love and positive thinking by committing to six "Big Easy Bliss Commitments": yoga, meditation, nature appreciation, food awareness, gratitude, and a wild card using both online and local communities.

People are participating in the project all around the world from L.A. to London to Sydney.

what's next for you?

Continuing to inspire others to live from the same place of love. I will be at lululemon stores in January talking about how to create a life mission, which is the perfect complement to goal setting. As a surfer, I always tell people, "why bob around in life, when you can surf?"

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So excited! I just received Eoin’s new DVD’s and my new lululemon clothes on the same day! Blissology begins today!

Comment by Michelle — December 31, 2010 @ 4:33 pm

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