I'm so excited to show you the spirit of the Student-Teacher (Simon Pellett). He already devoted so much time to helping me out, so I'm so glad he made time for BTC. He also allowed me to experience a first as a podcaster- interviewing on someone else's podcast.
Those of you who have purchased and read Break Through Fear (my first book!<3) have read that it's important to allow yourself to grow. Simon has had so many life experiences that would've shut others down, but he has transformed himself through sheer will-power and harness the power of being a student.
Favorite Takeaways From This Episode:
Never let obvious roadblocks (sickness, personality differences, job shifts) stop you from trying something new.
Keep going - over-analysis can lead you into paralysis. Keep it moving to begin the healing process (movement helps you find answers).
You can still be a part of the world you love (music), but you can change what that looks like for you.
Inaction is an action that can have dire consequences.
Short attainable goals can build momentum and be equally satisfying for those who don't have long-term vision.
Be mindful and don't be complacent: be excellent
What did you think?
How did you like this podcaster collaboration? I came away with so much respect for my new friend Simon. He already showed a lot of his character by volunteering to help me so much, but hearing his story really showed me how much of a conqueror he is in life. So much can happen when you #BreakThroughFear.
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