38. The Relaunch Episode

I’m excited to relaunch Sparkscast podcast and make it a highly recommended, must listen for weekly self-development inspiration. 

I want to create something listeners review time and again when they realize they want fuel for creative self-expression in their lives…they want to heal themselves, live a life that engages and inspires them…and maybe even as a side benefit, leave a legacy for others who feel inspired watching them go happily along on their life’s journey having a positive impact and living life fully and with intent.

This episode is the introduction for the relaunch and is a place for me to ask you a question. If you were to listen to a pep talk and be open to being talked up and feeling better, what would you want to be reminded of? What would the pep talk be about?

I’ll be delivering those pep talks here on the Sparkscast in episodes to come. Send your response to me. I’ll be using fictitious names and intend to share ideas that people can relate to so that the talks are inspiring to many.

That’s is a big target for me in the new Sparkscast. I want to share practical ideas you can apply to your life on demand. This is not about airy-fairy philosophy but concrete and directly applicable concepts.

I’m going to be truthful with you…it will require your focus on yourself. It’s work. You’ll need to catch yourself thinking that thing you no longer want to emphasize and you will need to learn to drop it.

Like an ornery puppy you caught tearing up the couch, you must make yourself “leave it” and focus on a toy instead. In this case, a toy is the more productive thought that reeks of love, patience, and positivity. Control your thoughts! Train your focus.

A few other things have caught my attention over the gap between episodes. Continuing homeschooling for my two kids and learning day trading. What a mix of stuff, right? Anyway, I want to share a couple resources on those fronts.

Other resources mentioned are linked below.

That’s all for now. Thanks for listening!

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