What starts out as pillow talk about our lives turns into an introspective conversation diving into self-awareness and chasing success. Being guided by your values helps you find the momentum to continue moving forward. Yet sometimes that elusive work-life balance, a term Misty isn’t fond of, finds you striving for what you may already have.
We’re asking questions like: Can you really do anything you put your mind to? What are you working for? Are our expectations of other people realistic? So we’re taking a get-real look at success and what it means to be both resourceful and a resource for others.
- You want to hear more about a holistic approach to work + life
- Success feels elusive or light-years away
- You’re feeling pressure to follow sharks to the feeding frenzy, but you really desire clear blue waters
- You want to have a revel-worthy life that makes a significant mark on the world
QUOTES & QUOTABLES
Some of the things we are striving for, we already have; if we’ll just slow down, look, and receive or experience it. Tweet This
It’s arrogant to think that the experience we’ve had is everyone else’s experience or should be. Tweet This
As a society it is better for us to educate the whole; because a rising tide lifts all boats. Tweet This
You’re told you can do anything. It’s true there’s less limitations when you’re younger. Tweet This
The best of humanity has overcome many of those limitations whenever people have said, “You’re not going to be able to do this.” Tweet This
You can still get some geriatric praise. Tweet This
Sarah Crowder’s episode: The Power of Personal Evolution
Neighbor episode: Like a Good Neighbor