Episode 16 of The Change Journals inside the Reboots Podcast features a fast-moving turtle blind in one eye.Instead of worrying about how far the turtle had to go or focusing on its limitations and the potential dangers, this turtle was booking it to its destination.Tracy reflects on getting past her physical limitations and mindset funk by putting one turtle leg in front of the other.Here's the turtle video that inspired the episode.Navigating change? Download these crunchy tools.
Sean is a believer in Christ who works out his faith with fear and trembling. When Sean decided to accompany a friend on a mission trip, life as he knew it started to make less sense, while the teachings of Jesus began to radically transform his mind and his heart.In this episode, Sean and I talk about daily rituals, books, theology, podcasts and podcasting, Western art, theology, and history.Sean also talks about the reaction he gets when he explains why he’s hosted all sorts of people from all walks of life on his podcast, Come to the Table.Including sex workers, atheists, missionaries, and war veterans.Sean’s life and his Come to the Table podcast are built on the premise that “Love in action is listening to understand, not react.”Want to start making changes in your life but don't know where to start? > > > Download 12-Weeks to Change. < < <
Rex Nelson is one of the finest journalists I've ever known.He's an even better human being.In this episode of The Change Journals, Rex and I discuss:Knowing the difference between real journalism and "fake news"Why journalism is essential for a healthy democracyThe Democrat-Gazette's daring experiment to reboot the business side of print journalismRead Rex Nelson's work.Want to start making changes in your life but don't know where to start? > > > Download 12-Weeks to Change. < < <
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