Michael Cobb is not your average real estate developer. He creates communities and lifestyle opportunities, and he does both with complete presence in the now and reverence for mother nature.
Michael has a deep connection to spirit, which has helped him align with his greater purpose. When sudden illness threatened to take his life less than a decade ago, Michael was not faced with regret, anger, or even a crossroads. If anything, the illness served to reaffirm his confidence in the path that he had always walked. Michael seems to know no other way of living than that of radical authenticity.
Michael is the founder of ECI Development, a multi-country developer with projects in Central America. He speaks regularly at international conferences about offshore real estate financing and development and creates unique opportunities for people to gain a second country of residence – an empowering option in what has become a very uncertain world.
We have a great time in this episode sifting through the grains of Michael’s life journey, which, like mine, includes influences of West Virginia farm life. We talk about how he taps into his inner voice of knowing, his connection to the infinite, the value of family, his gift to fill the moment with only the moment, and his professional accomplishments that include environmentally-progressive developments. We even explore the roots of his sustainable teak forestry project and find balance in his passion for slacklining.
Michael does not lead and inspire by coaching, writing, or performing. He does so through his permanent connection to his inner spirit, which allows him to serve others from an authentically heart-filled place of knowing. His actions help to create connections: to community, to earth, to self.
Please enjoy this episode of Salish Wolf with Michael Cobb.
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