Recounting Life Lessons Podcast Ep 25: Our Favorite Life Lessons

“If the worst-case scenario will only set you back five minutes, don’t take five days to make the decision.”
You shouldn't expect a million dollar answer if you've only offered up a 5 cent prayer

Recounting Life Lessons is officially 2 years old! And we’ve now been collecting and sharing life lessons for about 3 years now.

It’s turning into quite the collection, and there are a few lessons that have had a greater impact on our lives than others.

In this special anniversary and birthday episode, we’re going to re-visit and share 3 of our favorite life lessons:

  1. Begin with the end in mind (and then live with that end in mind)
  2. Focus on who you want to become rather than what you need to do
  3. Act quickly to overcome fear

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Ideas for Applying the Lesson

Here are a few questions to think about to apply a few of the ideas and thoughts that we shared in this episode:

  • Think about how you want to feel and what you want to be celebrating at the end of this year.
  • Who do you want to become?
  • What skills and attributes will you want to have developed by then?
  • Once you figure that out, what is one thing that you can do to start developing those skills and attributes that the person you want to become would have?
  • Is there something you’ve been putting off because of fear?
  • Take action on it today!

You’ve got this!

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