Jeff Mendelson believes in paying it forward. Sharing experiences and perspectives from People, with People. In the hopes that something we hear on his Podcast, may be that exact piece of gold we’ve been looking for.
His One Big Tip Podcast is all about bringing those big ideas to a broader audience.
My conversation with him moved into a more Personal Coaching and Development arena, rather than the usual Business framework perspective. Covering the ideas, that if we are waiting for the perfect moment, we risk not succeeding at all.
That there is gold to be found in assessing our routines and habits, and the results. How our comfort zones only depict a portion of what we have the potential to achieve. And how life is all about perspective and choice. How we have the freedom to chase our dreams despite society telling us how we should be or what is expected of us. Letting go of our limitations to build the life and success we desire.
“Sometimes, you need to be willing to burn down every idea of what you think success looks like, to give you the space to create the life your dreams.”
Our conversation is on Jeff’s Website here;
Or on Spotify;
The Live Interview can be found on YouTube;
"If you develop an ear for sounds that are musical, it is like developing an ego. You begin to refuse sounds that are not musical, and that way cut yourself off from a good deal of experience." - John Cage
Marco Island, Florida, United States
Fear is not a part of us. It does not define us. If followed with curiosity, fear is guidance that leads us down paths to better understand ourselves.
The only thing we can be certain of, is that we can't be certain about anything.
We have a great ability to adapt. To learn something new. Understand something more than we did before. To change.
We stifle those abilities by setting everything in stone, limiting our range of possibilities purely by default. Obstructing our decision making, the options we believe we have and our willingness to explore new perspectives.
What we seek is seeking us. If we are willing not to be certain that the world is as we found it.
Stockyards, Fort Worth, Texas, United States