Belief in failure and complexity
We all wonder what that silver bullet toward enlightenment or meaningful change will be. That singular epiphany that comes to us in a moment of clarity that will enact lifelong change.
Harrison Brodwin jumped on the podcast to tell us that the silver bullet will never come.
A former active user of drugs and alcohol which affected his relationships and academic performance, Harrison knows that attaining clarity in our lives is difficult. Now a licensed therapist, he helps men appreciate the levels of complexity in their lives and puts them on the path toward healing.
To Harrison, belief in our ability to learn from our mistakes is essential to improving our lives. Belief in failure, taking risks, and trying new ways to walk through life are necessary components to our growth. Join us for this honest, wide-ranging episode of Becoming Kings, and walk away with new belief in the man you already are and the one you are capable of becoming.
In this episode you’ll learn about…
- Where the journey began. (1:41)
- Healing and Outward Bound. (3:53)
- Appreciating a level of complexity in life. (16:34)
- Learning about what matters. (30:24)
- Ambivalence to change. (44:56)
- Taking a break when dealing with conflict. (55:53
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