I hate to admit that I’ve spent a considerable chunk of my adulthood making decisions based on fear.
Letting fear run your decisions is a recipe for disaster.
It impacts all your relationships, career, and outlook on life.
Fear complicates, and truth liberates.
I wish I would have understood that in my younger years.
But it’s never too late, and I can tell you that cancer changed me.
I had a choice of being crippled by fear or pushing the pause button when fearful thoughts came rushing in. Pressing the pause button allowed me to ask more questions, gather more information, and not get caught up in fearful thoughts.
I can’t say that I never go down the rabbit hole of scary thoughts, but it happens much less often than it used to!
Give today’s podcast a listen as I recap the skills I learned from my first podcast guest, Jamie Winship.
Learn more about Jamie Winship at JamieWinship.com.
This episode is sponsored in part by ButcherBox.
I love using Bison! It’s very nutrient dense and contains conjugated linoleic acid (I know, what the heck does that mean?), which means Bison has anti-inflammatory properties.
Here are the other reasons why I love using Bison in place of ground beef:
- Higher amounts of omega three fatty acids.
- More b12, zinc, iron, and selenium than beef.
- Some studies show it’s got four times the vitamin E compared to beef.
- Lower in calories and cholesterol.
- It is lower fat, so it will cook faster than ground beef.
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This podcast is for informational purposes only and none of the information should be construed as medical advice. Listeners should seek guidance from their own medical team before making any medical or lifestyle changes.