What If? Podcast

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The day after writing yesterday’s post about death, I hear from my friend Alexandra Kalinowski that the podcast interview I gave her last week was ready and live, and that she’d gone with my death as the subject! Fancy that.

I still squirm a little whenever I have listen to own voice — yes, even professional vocalists suffer from this affliction. Fortunately, Alexandra did a great job editing, so my own apprehension is only slightly above its usual background radiation level. This is actually saying a lot, as it is her very first podcast episode ever! Please show her some love in your podcaster of choice.

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From the description:
What if you dreamt the same dream 100 times in a row. Of. Your. Death. Of a violent death. Would you take that to be a premonition? Would you pack your bags and leave your life behind to soak up all you could with the little time you had left? That’s what Sam Rogers did. Would you?

THE JUICY BITS OF THE EPISODE
  • How boredom can spark inspired action (1:24)
  • What the human body is capable of achieving (5:05)
  • The difference between being gifted and hard work (5:40)
  • Being a musician that sucks at music (11:07)
  • Rules come later. But something new doesn’t come from a strict script (13:25)
  • Good and bad is the difference between trying and doing (14:40)
  • Where the best place to start is (15:24)
  • What happens when you’re chasing goals (16:10)
  • What a person alone v. people together can do (22:50)
  • Everyone’s just faking it (25:20)
  • What ‘scary’ really means (26:55)
  • We don’t need to wait for things to be done to us (28:02)
  • How can you differentiate between physical fear and fear generated from beliefs (30:30)
  • Reliving the moment of your death in your dreams (32:38)
  • Certain relationships can’t exist until we’re ready to learn from the past (41:52)
  • Living ‘home free’ for 4 years (47:00)
  • “Practiced Courage” (50:47)
  • Life opens in the most impossible ways (52:00)
  • The threshold of Chaos (52:33)

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