Oh, my goodness, you guys! Another Podcast Review is here already! Are you excited? I am. I have successfully ended my trouble with travel anxiety through technology.
I have a lot to share, but this time I’ll do it slightly different. It took some effort to get the computer out and get started today. I’m tired after yesterday’s adventure. It was worth it though! Breakfast on the pier with a friend and then a walk around Balboa Park and a fancy lunch with my son. Not to mention, the six hours of podcasts I got to listen to. Bonus!
Let’s see…getting out the playlist on my phone…
This time, since I heard I’m going to write ONE sentence about each of the nine episodes I listened to, but there was so much more.
You can’t see the whole movie at once, only one frame at a time through until the end.
The point isn’t to be fearless, it’s to be brave.
You CAN understand other people’s ways and needs without accepting them as right for you.
After a traumatic experience (physical or emotional) we all must rest, and then move.
The science doesn’t tell you what to do, it simply gives you data (risk assessments) that humans must use to make decisions and judgements.
Shortcuts that show us instant visible progress hamper our long-term development.
Side Note: As I sat in 15mph traffic, I saw a sign that said “60mph Zone Will Be Enforced” and laughed out loud at the image of someone panicking, attempting to get around people and stay at 60mph to avoid a ticket. Those comical signs are all over the freeways, as I drive ten miles an hour over every week while people angrily blaze around me. How exactly are they doing this “enforcement”? It’s not trivial. I may write a whole post about just that in the future.
Death makes room for birth, both of which are uncomfortable.
Do the bad work to get to your good work.
It’s the feelings that we continually dream about that we should be concerned about, not the objects and people we see in our dreams.
I did it! I didn’t think I could for all of them. There were a few that I started to apologize about and just write two or three sentences, but I sat back and thought again. It was possible to put it into one, concise sentence. The cooler part is that there was a lot more to those episodes that I took notes on and might write about in the future. And I found at least three new books to add to my TBR list!
Yes, I went back and added up the hours/minutes of each episode. And, yes, it was hard because I’m not that bright when it comes to numbers. It totaled up to almost six hours, give or take few minutes. I spent a lot of time in the car and not a minute was agonized over.
Technology has ended my travel anxiety and made driving much more peaceful in so many ways, but that is another post my friends. Have a great day and go listen to some podcasts while you get where you’re going. You won’t regret it!
Want to read more about the podcasts I’ve heard? Go back to the beginning and check out my first Podcast Roundup #1. At the bottom, you’ll find links to more.