Stephen and Loura share their thoughts about how hard it is to get to know your true self and what you really want, not what you are supposed to want. They talk about how they have both addressed trauma and other takeaways from the episode with Elizabeth.
Coming home to yourself is the place where you find clarity, excitement, fun and passion according to Elizabeth Moxie. During this episode she talks about ways to find your way home including the psychedelic integration therapy. She explains what that term means, how it works, the clinical trials that have occurred and how it speeds up the process of experiencing hurt in order to heal and pave the way for reconnection with yourself.
Stephen and Loura dig into how they’ve applied Joe’s concept of gaining wisdom in their lives and how they are striving to create their lives by design. They explore the connection between Joe’s approach to “cre-action” and other guests’ thoughts about manifestation and conscious awakenings.
Having experienced “the imposter syndrome” first hand, Joe Williams shares how he has learned to live intentionally today in order to reach where he wants to be in the future. He explains his concept of “Cre-action” and the 5 steps that action is based upon. We also explore the need for wisdom gained by being able to hold 2 things at the same time that are paradoxically opposite.
We talk about what we learned from Greg Habstritt and some of the patterns we are seeing in many of our guests’ journeys. We also explore some of the tools Greg Habstritt suggested that we have used and are trying out in our lives.
Join us as Greg takes us through a variety of topics all surrounding Choosing to be Human. He explains the levels of learning and how identifying not only overt but in private “trauma” events are essential to personal growth and learning. He also shares why he believes resiliency and safety are paramount in toys world.
Loura and Stephen discuss their takeaways from the prior episode with Karl Dettman. They explore why having fun is so important to them and how they’ve both learned to handle emotions both in and out of the workplace.
Karl Dettmann went from being called “the Robot” in high school and college to a friendly, excited, fun loving “golden retriever” now. Learn how he got out of his head and learned to express and process his emotions. Karl Dettmann talks about how he is creating HIS story and why it is important to understand that being a human today is so different than it was 100, 50 even 30 years ago.