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House Keeping Notes

Share the show with a friend– Many people don’t realize how difficult it is to grow a podcast show. It’s nothing like growing a blog because podcast stats aren’t great which makes hard to figure out where new listeners are coming from. You can help me grow the show by sharing it with a friend or on your favorite social networks (IG stories is great for sharing snippets).

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Swimming with The Jellyfish

  • Getting warned about the jellyfish
  • When I first entered the water (feeling panicked and out of my depth)
  • Pep Talk from the Captain Morgan
  • Deciding to try again and how the universe responds to that energy (Crewmember Henry pushing the jellyfish out of the way)
  • Being too focused on the jellyfish and forgetting to look down
  • Seeing the reef and realizing that the slight discomfort of a jellyfish sting was worth it

The Lesson Learned

Often times we are so focused on our fear that we will risk missing out on a bigger payoff. In this case, it was seeing a spectacular view of North America’s only living coral reef. Other times its opportunities that can help you grow or even change your life.

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When you’re in a situation where you have to make a quick decision but the chorus of fear is singing. I want you to pause and ask yourself these 3 questions:

  1. What am I afraid of?
  2. What’s the Worst Case Scenario?
  3. What’s On The Other Side Of Your Fear? Or what amazing thing can happen?

Hindsight is 20/20. When I look back on things, most of the time the things I fear are slight discomforts or temporary bruises to my ego. I think that’s the case for most people.

So I ask you, What’s On The Other Side Of Your Fear?