Another listener inspired episode from John in Canada!
woo hoo!! 30th episode! Milestone reached! Thanks to all of you who listen…thank you.
Yes, this is a listener inspired episode. John from Canada went to the website and filled out the YOUR SHOW IDEAS form and came up with this question:
The one thing that I can’t understand is why some people don’t have a need to get better. They are just happy living their same daily routine without the need to do something different. I feel some of these people will live long healthy lives. What am I missing here? Are they somehow getting better each day without me realizing it? Or do people who live long healthy happy lives without trying to get better everyday exist?
In my interpretation of John’s question, it sounds like he is asking about people who seem to be locked in a paradigm, a paradigm of complacency, a pattern of life that does not include improvement, challenge, or risk, in fact these people would tend to avoid change. These people seem content just going along with the status quo day after day after day.
question John, and a complex one. In this episode I give you my opinion on this based on my interpretation of John’s question. It’s just my theory, not intended to be definitive, but rather to start the conversation. I would love to hear your ideas on this multi-faceted topic. Here in the comments, in an email, over on Facebook…but SOMEWHERE!
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