Speaking to women at the gym about a plant based diet and faith.
Talking to a family member about the carnivore diet, and another about the benefits of sauna.
Meeting at the bus stop with neighbors of the Muslim faith tradition. Using phone apps to translate conversations with the grandparents visiting from China, at the same bus stop.
Talking to friends, reading books, listening to the podcasts, and watching all the YouTube videos. This doesn't even include the coaching, classes, and college/school that most of us have access to in the here and now.
Lots of information, insights, and...beliefs.
So, how do you separate fact from fiction in it all?
I don't have all the answers. But, I do keep testing my mind to see if it is closed, opened, or somewhere in between. And, exploring those parts of it that I want to change and beliefs that I want to keep because they seem to be serving me (and those I serve) pretty well.
I brought on a young learner to share a few thoughts in this episode. He's exploring religion right now, though you didn't quite get to hear all the insights. Turns out the camera is too much of a temptation and half the profound thoughts stay in the head because seeing yourself live on the computer is just more fun. Still, it gives a glimpse into the realities we all face.
How do you know what is true?
What data can you trust?
Do you have personal practices you use to weight, balance, and test the beliefs you hear about and those you choose to follow?
It's an ongoing process.
I just encourage you to keep seeking and thinking in the process.
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Move Your Desk
This podcast is for anyone that knows they haven’t yet found and offered up their best work, but are compelled to seek it out and do it.
Rebecca Clark shares stories and practical approaches to life and leveling up at work. And, nudges that encourage you to act on the inner inklings to create and offer up your best self.
Periodically, she interviews amazing individuals that are already in the pursuit of self-improvement.
Are you ready to move your desk?
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