Apr 4, 2019
In this episode of the Future Focused Podcast I discuss the call to action, "Become the Best Version of You," and how to really go about it. What does it mean? Why does this virtuous call to action inspire some and insult others. Most importantly, how do we actually become the best version of ourselves? These are all great questions I address in this episode.
I first heard the phrase, "Become the Best Version of Yourself" in Matthew Kelly's book, The Rhythm of Life. It inspired me ten or more years ago, and it still inspires me now. I do not know if Matthew coined the phrase, but I am hearing it a lot more recently with other inspirational writers and speakers, and its concept in 2000 year old Stoic philosophy I am studying.
This episode will help you on the path to becoming your best you.
I hope you will leave a comment below or ask a question by selecting the 'Ask Kelly' tab at the top of the webpage or the 'Send Voicemail' tab along the side of the webpage. It would be great to hear from you. I may use your question on a future episode.
One thing that clearly separates us from our best self... excuses.
The Rhythm of Life by Matthew Kellyis the most influential book I have ever read, and I read one page from the Daily Stoic by Ryan Holiday and Stephen Hanselmanevery day. I have for the past three years.
Best to you! Get after it.
Have a great week!
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