In this transformative edition of Run Toward The Roar Podcast, join host John Robertson as he dives deep into the complexities of maintaining a balance between work, personal well-being, and staying true to one’s values.
John explores different levels of sharing in relationships, highlighting the significance of finding listeners who can truly handle transparency and vulnerability. As he encourages listeners to confront the superficial appearance of relationships, the episode delves into the depth of communication, ranging from surface-level conversations to genuine, vulnerable interactions. John shares a personal story about sitting with someone who listened without speaking, sparking a powerful, emotive exchange and reinforcing the importance of moral courage and deep relationships.
In a funeral, we celebrate the journey and life of an individual. Though it is a way to say goodbye, we let them go in our little ways. What about those people who are just there for the show?
In this episode of Run Toward The Roar, John talks about Lessons he learned through Funerals he attended. We also learn about practicing graciousness and mercy when dealing with toxic people and stressful moments, and the importance of building meaningful relationships and your own huddle group to help you thrive.
As we walk through life, we sometimes experience having a stone in our shoe. How and when we deal with it defines its impact in our self and our journey.
Join us in this episode of Run Toward The Roar as John talks about the stone in the shoe of our connections and how we must take a stand in order to deal with them. He also talks about the importance of surrounding ourselves with a community that is aligned with our values and the different types of toxic people we will come across in our lives.
We all have monsters and dragons under our beds, in one form or another, they bring the same message, dread, or adversity.
Growth is not a challenge or an objective. It is simply a way to move forward.
When a call for change is needed to prevent a worse outcome, we view the cost in terms of the probability of that event happening in the near future. In most cases, we often pay a higher price, not because we did not see it happening, but because we mistakenly believe it would not happen.
Our past gives us the lessons we take to heart, as well as the warnings and caution that drives our decisions to play it safe. It helps explains our present, but it does not and should not dictate our future.
Forgiveness is very easy to understand, yet very hard to do. We go on with our lives being told to put up a fight, but with forgiveness, we need to surrender to be free.
Join us in this episode of Run Toward The Roar, as John talks about one of the greatest paradoxes to thriving – The White Flag Principle. Learn about the nature of forgiveness, and acknowledging the struggles that people have with it from all walks of life. Discover how grace is different from mercy, along with examples of daily living in practicing grace.
We always celebrate the success of those who came back in the game, yet we seem to lack acknowledgement for the challenges and perseverance of those stayed and finished it.
In this episode of Run Toward The Roar, John discusses about character, how it produces hope, and what makes it different from being hopeful. We also learn about cognitive reframing to help you look at a situation, and how we should focus on the positive and filter out the negative.