Host: Drew Canole
If you could write yourself a permission slip, what would you give yourself permission to do?
Imposter syndrome strikes almost every single person. In this episode, Drew shares how taking ourselves so seriously can heavily add to imposter syndrome and what he does to step back into his playful life.
It is time to get out of your mind, silence the noise, and turn back to the eternal space and push through imposter syndrome. When in doubt, look out! Drew shares his perspective on the value of focusing on helping others as often as possible.
This episode holds a few special drop-ins from Angie Lee to give you a taste of what’s to come…Hint: Drew has lined up conversations with some of the world’s more prolific leaders. You won’t want to miss what’s to come!
“If this is a movie that you’re living in, and this is you’re the main character, you’re the main actor. What permission are you going to give yourself to create? What, what does it look like?” (0:13)
“If our posture is slacking, if we’re slouched under if our physiologies are. Then the way we present ourselves to the world can be closed off too.“ (0:42)
“People are afraid of their own internal light.” (2:29)
“Your thumbprint is completely different than every single human. Even your eyes, the greatest HD cameras on the planet, like the ability to see what we can see is phenomenal, but we don’t look at these miracles every day because we’re too caught up in our mind.” (5:11)
“You are holding the permission slip. Permission to live a bigger life, to take up more space, to be bold, to be brave, unleash the power that’s in every cell of your body and just see yourself as the miracle.” (7:48)