There are still things I need to know

There are things I want to know, that’s the biggest reason that people I speak with don’t get started with taking action. To be honest with you, that’s one of the reasons why I had difficulties with taking action myself, and getting started with events that would change my life. Unfortunately, I felt that it was necessary to know everything in order to start a project, versus starting a project and evolving it to be better as it goes.


In this episode I talk with you a little bit about how I’m nervous for the interview I’m doing in a couple of hours, the interview will have been concluded by the time you receive this podcast, and I also talk with you about an incident when I jumped off of a train trestle. I didn’t know everything about jumping off of the train trestle, however I did learn a valuable lesson that can be applied to future times that I make jumps such as the one I explained in this podcast. I also have a bit of rambling in this episode, so definitely give it a listen and leave your feedback below.


The first interview that I did is this one, with Vashawn Jones of Fedora Outlier, you can hear the difference between my interview style then, and now by taking a listen to the interview I’ll be hosting on the podcast tomorrow. Are you able to tell a difference in my interview style? If so, let me know your thoughts of it.


Subscribe to the podcast in iTunes today, so that you can be the first to hear of new content i’m publishing. In addition, you also have an opportunity to work one on one with me in the near future when things become configured the way that I want them. Will they be perfect? No, but I will have taken action even though I don’t know everything.


I’ll be the first to admit that there are things I want to know, however I have to learn as i move forward and take action to make things happen.

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