It is quite telling and interesting to think that solitary confinement, which is to say - alone within your own head, is considered a form of punishment EVEN inside of a prison. Culturally, the prospect of being of being locked alone in a room, with their own minds, is a devastating one. Why is that?
In this conversation, Ramneek and Sarah talk about our perceptions of ourselves, the insecurities we all face (especially as entrepreneurs) and the mindset it takes to succeed in life. Join them in this engaging conversation as they explore Sarah’s work and her story that brought her to this moment.
Next time you are face to face with hardship. Ask it a question: What face are you showing me today.
We are neither the uncertainty that comes from the darkness nor the certainty that comes from the light. We are the harbingers of the possible.
Last night, I felt it happening and this morning - it has become a challenge to speak. I sound like I'm 80 years old, possibly a woman, holding back a cry.
In this episode, Ramneek sits down with a casual conversation with Clint Culberson founder and content creator for Lords of Consciousness, a collaborative community committed to living to the full expression of humanity and overcoming fears through our collective. Enjoy as they sit down and talk about society, culture, politics and everything in between!
I think the feeling of something ending is a profound one and one we don't necessarily have a good sense to detect - unless the circumstances are obvious and in the forefront.
I fear this mentality does the inverse of what we would hope. It creates a sense of patience with our immediate routines while creating an inevitable frustration and impatience with our long term vision. When realistically it should be the opposite.