This week I’m trying something new, sharing the interview I did on the Mindful Creator podcast with Brett Henley. I really enjoyed being on show with Brett, who was on Story Signals episode 8 with me also. I think it’s a conversation worth listening to, and here’s what we cover.
What You’ll Learn
- How all of the different pieces connected on our journeys and how are they serving the story we are currently telling
- How we can explore living a more meaningful story through the work we do each day
- How we can navigate the unwritten and uncertain parts with grace and humility.
- Hero mindset vs. being the guide of our stories.
- The larger narrative we’re forming through our experiences and our body of work isn’t always visible or clear until we’re right in the heart of it.
- How to keep exploring when we don’t have all the answers
- When we fear losing control of our stories and why we sometimes try to force structure to predict the outcomes.
- Mindful Creator podcast
- How to Effectively Use Storytelling in your Work and Life – Matt Ragland, Podcast Nashville 2014
- A season of reflection – Brett Henley
- Stop Being a Superhero. It’s Killing Your Business (and You). – Pat Flynn, Smart Passive Income podcast
- Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action – Simon Sinek
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