In this episode, I’m sharing an unpleasant experience that Mrs. M and I faced within days of arriving here in Austin.
This is something that could have seriously messed us up…
…but instead, Ana and I were able to seamlessly move through it without feeling stressed, hopeless, or desperate about what was going on.
We’ve been fortunate to go through some challenging situations in the past that have helped us to build our resolve and our thought process so that we can now tackle things like this with relative ease.
And I’ll share with you some of the simple principles that we’ve learned and were able to apply that really helped.
…Because so often it’s just little ways of looking at the world – a couple of perspectives – that make all of the difference.
Every strand of your life is intertwined. Your music journey does not exist in a bubble. And these lessons fit perfectly with all areas of your life which support your creative journey.
There’s a lot to get stuck into in this one!
- “Life happens for you and not to you”
- Why you should back yourself to go all-in instead of worrying and overthinking problems.
- “Embrace challenges for what they will make of you because no matter what, you will grow as a person and you will learn lessons”
- How to view the situations we find ourselves in to eliminate “victim mentality”
Liked this? Find the full episodes here:
- FMM175 – David Penn: Having the Courage to Follow Your Own Creative Path
- FMM169 – Hearing Loss: It Could Happen to You! My Experience and Road to Recovery.
- FMM158 – How You Look at Problems Determines What’s Possible for You
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