EP 29 | How Misery Can Motivate You, Make You Put Your Best Foot Forward, Help You Start a Podcast, and More

The other day, my niece, Elle Brown, and I were chatting by phone. At one point, Elle conducted a quick interview, asking me questions like . . .

  1. What’s the one thing nobody knows about you?
  2. What is it that makes you so motivated to live your best life?
  3. Where do you pull from for your strength?

In this episode, you’ll find out . . .

  • How the Covid-19, stay-at-home period led Brie (my wife) to notice that I’m the same person I’ve always been
  • Why creating a job instead of having a job is something you might want to consider
  • How remaining silent in the face of drama can help you stay focused on your dream and goals
  • What the sit-in movement was as part of the larger civil rights movement in the U.S.
  • How misery can serve as a motivation to move your life forward
  • Why bringing your best self forward is so important – especially when you’re looking in the mirror
  • Why I deleted a podcast episode a year after posting it
  • Why it took me so long to start a podcast
  • How to accept honest feedback about the content you create
  • Why on Thanksgiving Day my brother said to me, “Remind me never to invite you to go out with me, especially to my friends’ homes, ever again.”
  • What’s the latest scoop on my explorations for dance in Virtual Reality

Thank you for listening, my friend. I appreciate you.

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