Premiere of the WTF Am I Doing With My Life Podcast!
Through a serendipitous chain of events, you've found yourself here on this blog post about the Premiere of the WTF Am I Doing With My Life? Podcast.
However you got here-- whether it's by clicking on a link from a friend or by asking google WHAT AM I DOING WITH MY LIFE? (no joke, I know people who have found the podcast this way), you're here for a reason. Trust it.
Let me guess- you're the ambitious type? You're the kind of person who values the opportunities life has to offer and you want to do something amazing with your one shot at it!
This is the ultimate question of awareness because you recognize both the possibility and the responsibility of creating the life you want. And we begin asking it in one of two ways:
- A gradual awakening
- A swift karate chop to your throat telling you to WAKE UP
I'll admit- mine was the latter. I call these WTF moments. It's when life gives you feedback that way you're fucking shit up (oh, btw, I swear sometimes). Or to use a more spiritual expression... You're not living up to your highest calling.
So how do we find our own answers to this existential question of, "WTF am I doing with my life?" while navigating life's inevitable WTF moments to become better because of them? It's in this journey that you will find what your soul is looking for - clarity, purpose and a bigger life than you can even imagine right now (like so f***ing good, it's almost weird).
That's what this first podcast is all about. I also share with you my own WTF moments, including one that was so emotionally painful, from the bathroom floor I actually actually wondered whether or not it was possible die from heartbreak.
Ready to listen? Grab a coffee. Maybe some sweatpants. Dear goodness, I love sweatpants. Because we're about to get real personal-- I'm talkin' like, all up in there.
My hope is that you come away from this episode knowing that I got your back, we're in this journey together and that I'm going to continue bringing priceless gems to your ears.
P.S. If you like what you've heard, PLEASE help us spread the word sharing with your friends!