What a joy this episode was to create.
Simply put: two dude conversing about deep stuff.
If you're on the fence about listening, here are a few gems you'll find the answers to on today's show.
- How you can guarantee to never get stuff you lend out stolen or damaged
- How to identify value in business transactions (with property) and interpersonal relationships (without)
- How to not feel bad about saying no to people's requests
- You'll learn what disgust sensitivity is, and how to communicate to bridge the gap between different sensitivities
- You're the average of the five people you spend the most time with. Discover which of those five you ALWAYS have control over.
- How to change your mindset and go from being a failure to a student
- Why you should be 'nice' to yourself, and not to the world
- How to own your perception of yourself, protect it from destruction, and build unbreakable self-esteem
- Discover who you should be comparing yourself to (hint: it's more obvious than you think)
- Realize why you shouldn't - can't - know who you are yet, and why it's a sign of strength to admit this, not weakness
- How to rewrite your self-dialogue to change how you feel
- The importance of childish play, and how to incorporate this into your daily life
And a ton more odds and ends that I missed in my notes.
Seriously, this episode is value-packed, and you don't want to miss it.
I don't know about you, but just writing down the show notes already has me excited about this episode!
This was a big step for me to 'ask for help' and bring someone on the show to serve you better.
I know embracing my fear always works out for the better so...
Enjoy this beautiful episode with my man, Brady Kirk!
As always, click here to send me an e-mail and share any thoughts you had on the episode... I would love to know about any 'aha' moments!
And send Brady an e-mail too. Thank him for coming on the show. Ask a question. Connect. You'll only regret not.
And before we go, let me share my favourite quote from the episode:
"People are complicated." - Brady Kirk