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I might be completely wrong. And so might you

Spam Filter For Your Brain - Episode 67

I wanted to record a podcast which specifically let you know that I don't think that I'm right.

I've been listening to a lot of people on the internet recently who definitely think that they have the answer, and I want to sort of sidestep that a little bit or maybe not be part of that gang and just go: I don't think that I know better about your world, your life, your brain, your outcomes, your dreams than you do. Not by any means.


The reason why I actually stand here and call myself a teacher and the reason why I produce the courses and the reason why I offer up all of the resources that I do for people to be able to manage their brains is because this is the fastest method towards living a life that is a little bit more joyful and a little bit less stressful that I have ever found. And I want to share that with as many people as possible because it made a huge difference to my life.

I don't think that this is the only way of doing things, but this definitely is the quickest way that I have found. And the work that I put out there pulls from a whole load of teachers who have really supported me on my journey. I'm constantly doing courses, looking at what's going on around me, listening to thought leaders from around the world condensing their ideas, mixing it all up with some of my own philosophy, all of the stuff that I'm learning from other people and a little bit of London realism and sweary self care and sort of hopefully handing it back to you in quite small, bite-sized, digestible chunks.

That's kind of the intention as to why the podcast is so small, really just these little short bite-size episodes that can get into your you can sneak into your day and not feel like you're having to add another thing to your to-do list.

But I also want you to know that I'm willing to be wrong, and I'm willing to update models, classes, and the way that I'm thinking about things because I'm always constantly learning. And I know that a lot of former versions of me would have thought that I couldn't put something out there in case I was worried about it being wrong or what if I got things wrong and what people would say about me. And I had to make sure it was absolutely right before anybody else saw it. And having the ability to stand here and be like, there's going to be stuff that I say on this podcast, there's going to be stuff that I say in my classes that in a while I absolutely don't agree with or I've managed to find a clearer, more concise way of putting stuff out there. And that doesn't mean that I'm not trying to give you the best that I can with the heart that I have and the world knowledge that I have in this very second. And I'm always willing to correct myself.

Having removed that element of shame from getting things wrong, being willing to put me out there and do things in a way that is wholehearted at the moment, knowing that I'm going to get things wrong rather than trying to avoid getting things wrong, enables me to create a whole load more resources out there in the world that I hope are helping some people.

And I wonder where this might be showing up for you, where you are worried about getting things wrong. And so you don't take that first step because this was definitely something that really hindered a lot of my output into the world, the outcomes that I was creating for my life and for other people, because I was really worried about doing the wrong thing or saying the wrong thing.

So this is my little missive for you this week, is that I might be wrong about all this stuff. But what I know right now at this moment is the stuff that I'm sharing with you is stuff that has fast-tracked my life shift, stuff that I spent, frankly, more than nearly a couple of decades in therapy trying to shift. And the methodology that I teach in really enabled me to get hold of my own brain and hold of my own joy and momentum to create a life that I love. Like, I leap out of bed in the morning. Well, I sort of slump out of bed, but in my heart, I'm leaping... if my body would only cooperate... because I really love what I do. And I really do. Each morning feels like a really exciting prospect on the horizon of all of the things that are going to bloom today. And I wish to be able to share that with as many people as possible because, frankly, I think it's a rarity. And I know what a precious gift it is to be able to see that a day is precious rather than something to be trudged through.

So this is my little message for you this week, that I might be wrong, that I'm willing to get it wrong. I'm willing to show up and probably be embarrassed for something that I've said at some point or other. And also to say that I don't have all of your answers, but I bet you do.

And if you want to find some little maps through to trying to access some of your own wisdom and you you'd like some extra support with some of that, I'd love to see you inside one of the courses. Hope that's been useful this week. And I'll see you in your ears next week.


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