I have the privilege of discussing impactful concepts with the best-selling author, Gay Hendricks.
The first concept is the “Upper Limit”, which refers to our tendency to impose limits on ourselves, preventing us from achieving greater levels of success and abundance in our lives. By recognizing and overcoming these self-imposed limits, we can unleash our full potential and achieve greater things.
The second concept is the “Zone of Genius”, which Gay believes is the purpose of our lives. It involves doing what we love and refining our skills to make a valuable contribution to the world. To find our true purpose, we need to challenge ourselves to discover our unique talents and passions.
Gay’s words are truly inspiring and will leave you feeling charged and challenged to find your own purpose and pursue it with passion and determination.
I couldn’t help but think about how we are often told that by a certain age, we’re supposed to have our lives figured out. But the reality is, life is messy and unexpected. Sometimes, even though the majority of our life is on track, there’s still one aspect that feels like a constant struggle. That’s why I am so excited to welcome Bradley Richardson to the show.
Bradley is a bestselling author, dad, and creator of the Advanced Adulting program. He has a passion for helping adults navigate their “mid-life” years with ease and has firsthand experience with the challenges life can bring, from divorce to health issues to career changes.
Bradley shares his comprehensive approach to adulting, which includes practical tools and insights for improving life skills and overall well-being. He covers everything from parenting tips to journaling practices, and listeners will walk away with a newfound sense of control and direction in their lives. So, if you’re feeling like you’re stuck in a rut and are ready to take your life to the next chapter, this is an episode you won’t want to miss.
Do you want to leave behind unwanted baggage that’s holding you back from living your best life in your next chapter? Of course you do! I’m sharing three practical handles to help you distinguish between the non-negotiables and the baggage that should be left behind. I’m not asking you to shed everything; we’ll leave the things that are integral to your identity and values but in order to have the margin to carry those things with you, you must first lose the heavy baggage that you’ve been carrying.
Tune in to practice self-reflection through thought-provoking questions. It’s time to make decisions about what you need to let go of in order to move forward in life.
If you’ve recently lost a loved one, you know the indescribable grief and pain that accompanies loss. Adele Wang has 17 years of experience supporting thousands of purpose-driven individuals around the world. She’s sharing her own story of grief and how she has navigated the sudden loss of her husband.
Adele is adamant that grieving is not something that should be done alone. When you’re grieving, you need community to guide and support you through this difficult process. She’s also speaking candidly about heartbreak and the importance of allowing yourself to fully feel and process the emotions that come with such a loss. Through this process, there is a natural movement towards something else, a new phase in life.
Moving into your next chapter without a loved one is difficult to say the least. Join us as Adele walks through her journey and shares wisdom on how to navigate the process. Her insight and guidance will be sure to help anyone who is going through a similar experience.
I was at a crossroads. Retired, starting my own businesses, but not truly living the post-career dream I expected. I wasn’t doing the things that I genuinely enjoyed. This is when I started to wrestle with the concept, “when is enough, enough?”
Throughout this journey, I’ve found that “enough is enough” when it begins to erode your bandwidth for a happy life. Even once I retired, I was pushing the borders of my bandwidth instead of enjoying this season of life. I was living in my head instead of by my heart’s desires.
One thing I learned is that you need to surround yourself with people that are willing to ask you probing questions that cause you to really think about your behavior and consider how your actions are affecting your life and happiness. You need a community that truly has your best interest at heart!
Consider this my invitation to you to think about where you are headed in your next chapter. I hope that my personal experiences can help you get there!
I have been sharing the story of Kim and my journey into our next chapter on this podcast, bits and pieces spread between various episodes. However, I recently had the opportunity to share my story in depth while being interviewed by my friend Chris Harder for his podcast. I feel that the way Chris structured the interview and crafted his questions allowed me to express my story in a relatable and clear manner.
Since the release of the episode, I have received overwhelmingly positive feedback. I wanted to share this with my listeners as it is the epitome of what I hope to achieve through this podcast – to create a deeper connection and understanding with my audience. I hope this episode will help you better understand my vision to help others reach their next chapter.