In this episode Katie Churchman and Penelope Waller explore how our everyday journeys reflect the way we live our lives. Many of us live our lives rushing from A to B, so much so that we often miss the beautiful journey along the way. How can we reshape our relationships with journeys so that we can live with more purpose and meaning in the everyday? And how might we see our journeys as a destination in their own right?
In this episode Katie and Philippa talk about becoming the author of your own life ’story.’ Life is “happening” to a lot of people. It may even be “happening” to you. And if you like what’s happening then that’s great. However, we're sure many of you reading this might not be so happy about the “happenings.” And if so you might want to consider changing the story. Because the stories you tell yourself hugely impact your experience of life. What stories are no longer serving you? And what stories would you like to be telling instead?
In this episode Philippa and Katie discuss Grace Hopper’s famous axiom: “It’s better to beg forgiveness than ask permission.” Is it really better to beg forgiveness? The advantages to acting first apologising later, are that it encourages autonomy, creativity and innovative thinking. However, it can also lead to egotistic and self-centred behaviour. In contrast, asking for permission can be limiting, slow and frustrating. Yet, it's also a behaviour that considers the wider impact of one’s actions. How can we hold this paradox and operate from both of these value sets, in order to better serve ourselves, our loved ones and our wider communities?
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