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Your Actions Really Matter

June 23, 2018 by Charlie Hedges − 0 Comments

“You’re going to pay a price for every bloody thing you do and everything you don’t do.” Jordan Peterson

I am beginning to understand that one of the greatest dangers to the political health of Untied States is personal apathy. When the populous gives up or gives in without a fight for their own beliefs we are doomed to the live under the effects of the radical ultra minorities (also including the most divisive executive office since Richard Nixon).
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Terry Hershey: #77 Hidden Gifts

June 19, 2018 by Charlie Hedges − 0 Comments

Show Notes 

My guest today is our good friend, Terry Hershey. If you’re a frequent listener of the show then you’re familiar with Terry, who is a regular guest. Terry is a prolific writer, conference keynote speaker, renowned landscape architect, and spiritual advisor.

Today, I want to chat with Terry about how to recognize all the hidden gifts in our life if we just have the eyes and heart to see them. I think we will also discuss that subject of Sankofa, which is al about “selective blindness.”

So without further introduction let’s welcome Terry Hershey on the show

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The Thrill of Not Knowing

June 16, 2018 by Charlie Hedges − 0 Comments

“What is your friend: the things you know, or the things you don’t know?” Jordan Peterson

I’m sure you’ve heard it said that “the older you get you realize the less you know.”

Well, I’m not so certain I agree with that. I’ve found that the older I get the more I know, but… there is a lot less I know “for sure” and still a whole lot more that I will never know. Discovery has become, for me, one of life’s greatest attributes. I am insatiably curious and I find myself in a quest to explore and discover.
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#76 Elena Perella: Sentidu–Overcoming Your Past

June 12, 2018 by Charlie Hedges − 0 Comments

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Today we are honored to have with us from Sardinia, Italy Elena Perella, founder of Sentidu, which is an original life coaching process she developed after years of study and personal experience.

Elena says that since she was a child she has been very sensitive to other people’s suffering, which awakened an interest in human behavior, that later became a real passion.

She received a Master’s degree from The Netherlands, in Latin American Studies with a focus on Literature and Cultural Anthropology. Her study helped her to better understand the reasons and dynamics that cause people to act as they do.

Her work in international environments reinforced her natural openness to people from diverse backgrounds and beliefs, and fine-tune her abilities to understand people’s emotions and be receptive to them.

Elena then decided to move back to Sardinia, Italy, where she went on to further shape her own business, Sentidu Life Coaching.

To wrap up this introduction I’d like to read Elena’s description of her work:

“In creating Sentidu my life experiences were fundamental because it is from those experiences that I relate to my clients. I suffered from a severe depression, eating disorders and I was also a victim of domestic abuse. By coaching myself throughout them, I changed my life and felt inspired to support people who are ready and eager to learn about themselves.”

With that said let’s move on to Elena Perella.

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The Complexity of Conflict

June 9, 2018 by Charlie Hedges − 0 Comments

For good ideas and true innovation, you need human interaction, conflict, argument, and debate. Margaret Heffernan

I am, right this minute, in the middle of a very serious conflict with a major authority of another country. I am frustrated and perplexed. It consumes most of every hour (waking or sleeping) so I decided to write on it. (Sorry I can’t offer details—it would require pages.)

So, on to the complexity of conflict…
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