What’s stopping you from living your calling or doing that thing you’ve always dreamed of doing? Could it be lies that you think are preventing you from facing your fears?
Perhaps you feel that your dream is too big, too far fetched, or too impossible? If so, I think you’ll really be cheering this week’s episode of The Crystal Paine Show.
I sit and chat with Paul Angon, husband and father of four, blogger, podcast publisher, and author of multiple books – including his most recent, 25 Lies That Her Twenties Should Stop Believing.
In this episode we not only talk about how lies can cripple us, but we also delve into Paul’s story and he really honestly shares how he found the courage and motivation to keep doing the next right thing, keep taking the next step – even when it felt like it wasn’t driving anywhere and keep going in reaching a dead end. His perseverance and belief in what he shared (and lived!) really inspired me – and I think it will, too!
I also love the wisdom he gives at the end of the episode about embarrassment. You don’t want to miss it!
In this episode:
[01:19] Learn more about Paul and why he’s so passionate about dispelling lies.
[04:09] How did he choose 25 lies in his book?
[05:33] Learn more about the story in which the book opens.
[07:57] What does it mean that we have to “war for hope”?
[11:26] His advice to someone looking to take that first step toward change.
[14:38] How did he get to where he is today?
[18:57] Learn more about how to fight his lies.
[22:32] How do we help the next generation to overcome the belief in lies?
[26:04] Awkward moments are when beauty happens in life.
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