Week two of The Plunge Podcast dives into our first few topics in-depth. If you haven’t had a chance to check out episode 1, you can do so here.
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Show notes are available below, enjoy the episode!
Notes and quotes from episode two:
- You get to hear me play some guitar (yikes)
- Liking the idea of something vs. executing on it
- Why we hate being a beginner at anything, and the effect that has on us
- The story of someone who proves its never too late to start
- Childlike curiosity
- My experience coaching 1st and 2nd graders.
- Why are adults worse than kids?
- Society has discouraged being bad at things – don’t want to be publicly embarrassed.
- People hate showing weakness or vulnerability
- Comfort zones
- The internet’s effect on judgment and caring what others do
- Choosing what to learn
- Analysis paralysis
- “Time spent learning is never a waste”
- The difference between doing something you don’t like and being stuck in a situation you hate.
- “We don’t know what we’re going to enjoy, but we can’t use that as an excuse. You must be willing to try.”
- The difference between hobbies and work learning
- “If you are going to do something you might as well be good at it.”
- Be willing to try new crafts – just choose one.
- What’s the worst thing that could happen if you try something?
- You can’t let an interest simmer, just like I did with this podcast.
- “Be willing to take the plunge.”
Thanks for listening! Leave a comment and let me know your thoughts. Until next week!