Ep. 263: Uncharted Territory - Embracing the Unknown with Kute Blackson


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Intro

  • We think we need to have the full picture before taking the next step
    • We need to try to follow impulses a bit more, trust your gut
  • We’re constantly calculating situations and weaving fear into it
  • Take a step
    • The next step will then reveal itself

 

Curiosity? Yes.

  • We get what we settle for
  • Acknowledge the truth in your heart
    • By tapping into the truth, you’ll realize the resources you possess
  • IF we are willing to feel the pain of telling ourselves, “no” when it is actually “yes,” it will start to hurt
  • 80-90% of your fears before making a decision will never happen
  • Look at all of the places where you are lying to yourself and start, one by one, telling the truth to yourself and those affected
  • No amount of money, external validation, or success is worth losing yourself
  • We have this idea that when we follow our purpose, everything is peachy and everyone gets along
    • But there are more challenges that occur when you’re on purpose, that may be preparing you for what’s to come

 

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