It isn’t every day that I get to interview a famous Hollywood Stuntwoman! But I did today. Angela Meryl is our badass guest for this episode and we discuss the unlikely journey she’s had as a model/actress/stuntwoman.
Wow! THAT didn’t go the way I thought it would. It went way better. Today’s episode of Tough Talks turned into an impromptu coaching session on making, keeping (or not) and learning from your (sometimes broken) commitments. And that wasn’t even our planned topic du jour.
Coaching is about playing the wonderful game of growth. Diving further and further into mastery and making magic - for its own sake. Because that's fun to do. And the game of discovering new and deeper levels of potential and power never ends. And that's pretty damn cool.
A strong inner world can effortlessly create confidence, competence, enthusiasm, focus, determination, perseverance, patience, peace and all the psychological states that lead to masterful decision-making, skillful action and phenomenal results.
Nothing brings you joy. Similarly, nothing makes you anxious. You CREATE every state you ever experience with the way you CHOOSE to think. When you think well, you feel great. When you think poorly, you feel bad. Simple as that.
The vast majority of people polled report being dissatisfied with their jobs. Far from in love with them. And “job” is the place where most of us spend most of our lives. Our guest today is Chief Strategic Career Advisor at The Bauke Group, Julie Bauke. Julie is a no nonsense, self-proclaimed “Fierce Advocate” for not settling but rather for proactively co-creating your ideal vocation.
One of the most profound observations that I've made over the years is that humans are at their best when they feel their best.
Which means we all have tremendous incentive to become more masterful at creating the high vibe moods - feeling great.
The biggest mistake that I observe people making in the pursuit of excellence and their dreams is...
Uncertainty is the design of the universe in which we exist, from which we emerged. It's the nature of our universe, and is also therefore our very own nature. We've been taught to fear that uncertainty. And that's bad teaching.