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Here’s A Story About A Fisherman That Will Change Your Life

Podcast | Episode 41

Here’s A Story About A Fisherman That Will Change Your Life

Career, Health & Wellness, Mindset, Relationships
12/08/2019
Gaurav K. Chawla Gaurav K. Chawla
Career, Health & Wellness, Mindset, Relationships

We recently heard a story about a fisherman and a businessman that made us recognize a few important things. It is easy to continue to chase for more and more, but realizing that you are in a comfortable position in your life can show you that you do not need to chase for anything else. Follow along with us as we share the story of the fisherman and dive into what it means for us.

Be grateful for what you have today. It could be exactly what you’ve wanted all along. 

    • The story of the fisherman (0:30)
    • Do not forget about what you have. (2:30)
    • Be the best version of yourself. (4:00)
    • Focus on making yourself and those you care about happy. (4:30)

Chasing things in hopes of a better life can be addicting. However, it is important to sit down and recognize that you may be in a position where you have everything you want. Make sure to take a step back from time to time and appreciate what you have. Don’t act like a dog chasing its own tail. The tail has been there all along, and the dog is wasting time and energy. Your happiness and the happiness of those you love is your own metaphorical tail. Don’t go chasing for something that is there already.

Gaurav K. Chawla

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"There is no elevator to success, you have to take the stairs." Staying Uncomfortable is the result of my mind trying to make sense of life, people, and the world around me. The fickle nature of life has made me realize the importance of being in the present moment, and that life is all about enjoying these little moments. As I embark upon this journey of spirituality and a growth mindset, I invite you along with us, to share your perspectives, and to challenge ours. Lots of love, and gratitude for being here with us.