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If you are looking for help on the critical subject of Purpose, this podcast is dedicated for that. In addition, you will get inspiration about Productivity as well are Resilience. I am positive that you will find this content worthwhile and inspiring. Continue Reading >>
If you are looking for help on the critical subject of Purpose, this podcast is dedicated for that. In addition, you will get inspiration about Productivity as well are Resilience. I am positive that you will find this content worthwhile and inspiring. << Show Less
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📢1160. Daniel Choudry. How The Fierce Urgency of Now Makes One Daring 📢 New #Podcast! In this month, conversations were held with people from whom we can learn how to dare. Roosevelt said,"Far much better it is to dare a mighty thing, to win glorious triumphs even though checkered by failure than to take rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much because they live in the gray twilight that neither knows victory nor defeat" Daniel Choudry is a phenomenal human being who has suffered much and yet is one man that dares. I had an hour long conversation with him and was very inspired. I am so excited to share this conversation with you. You are about to be blessed.
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📢1160. Daniel Choudry. How The Fierce Urgency of Now Makes One Daring 📢 New #Podcast! In this month, conversations were held with people from whom we can learn how to dare. Roosevelt said,"Far much better it is to dare a mighty thing, to win glorious triumphs even though checkered by failure than to take rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much because they live in the gray twilight that neither knows victory nor defeat" Daniel Choudry is a phenomenal human being who has suffered much and yet is one man that dares. I had an hour long conversation with him and was very inspired. I am so excited to share this conversation with you. You are about to be blessed.
📢 New #Podcast! 1153. Diana Ninsiima. Daring To Stick To A Passion Even When It's Not Initially Paying 📢 New #Podcast! Trailblazing is going where nobody has and make a dent on the earth. At least that's my definition. Many of our contemporaries are doing amazing things by daring to step out and make a difference. What makes them tick? What's the psychology behind their dare? What can we learn from them? I had a conversation with Diana Ninsiima, the National Director of BMI Uganda Chapter about this. There's quite a bit to learn from her story. Listen to this.
1152. The Hidden Blessing in Choosing Difficulties and Discomfort in Purpose Pursuit 📢 New #Podcast! Inherently, we want the ease of life. Whenever we set goals, we seldom set stretching or growth goals. We hide them under the banner of comfort goals. Cars, money, bliss, adventure, experiences and so on are what we create as objects of our goals. Nothing wrong with those. However, if growth is your ambition in life, these kinds of goals are the worst to have. They should instead be byproducts of growth goals. Listen to this.
1151. Why Embracing Problems Is A Great Idea In Life 📢New #Podcast! Scot M Peck in the classic "The Road Less Travelled" told us something very profound about problems. I have lifted that quote and shared with you in this episode. We are talking about the goals we need to have in our lives Some goals are very soft and uninspiring especially if all they target is comfort. Growth ought to be the object of our pursuits. Listen to this.
1150. Balancing Between Comfort And Growth. How To Set A Worthy Goal 📢New #Podcast! If we are growing, we are always stretching. If we are stretching, we are always uncomfortable. That's the paradox. We all want comfort. When we are comfortable, we are not stretching and hence we are not growing. In this episode, we start going deeper into the subject matter: If growth is your ambition, then comfort is your worst goal. Listen to this.
1149. Navigating Through the Paradox of Growth and The Need For Comfort 📢New #Podcast! We begin a new series with this episode talking about growth. The three topics covered on this channel are #Purpose, #Productivity and #Resilience. These three topics can never be handled without talking about growth. There will always be a trade-off when it comes to intentionally choosing to grow. That's what we shall be covering in this series. Listen to this.
1148. Why Purpose Pursuit Not Only Brings Fun and Fulfillment, But Also Payment 📢 New #Podcast! We have a choice to make in life. It is about living life with abundance and to the fullest. Thi choice is between having fun once in a while (Thank God It's Friday style) and enjoying everyday life. If we led our lives primarily to look for fun, we will move from one place to another and still feel empty. It turns out that as long as fun is the objective of our lives, it remains elusive. Purpose is the answer. Listen to this.
1147. How To Integrate Fun In Daily Life 📢New #Podcast! Work-life balance? You mean work is not life? I saw someone's podcast episode titled, "Just life, no balance"😊 So how do we integrate fun into our lives so that there is no compartmentalization or fun and work? How do we make it seamless so that we don't have Mondays and love Fridays? A study in the US decades back revealed that most heart attacks happen on Monday mornings. What can we learn from this? Listen.
📢1146. Joel Aita. The Mechanics Behind Building Massive Projects, and Bidding To Buy Chelsea 📢 New #Podcast! Roosevelt said, "Far much better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs even though checkered by failure than to take rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much because they live in the great twilight that neither knows victory nor defeat" Joel Jaffar Aita lives the above dictum. In this conversation, he takes us through his mental disposition of daring to build a CAF-recognized stadium as well as that serious bud he made to buy Chelsea Football club before the English government intervention. You want to listen to this.
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