Feb. 25, 2018
How many of us can relate to feeling like we don’t know where we’re going in life? Or the feeling of being lost and confused, even when you’re “supposed” to have it all together? Maybe you’ve always felt that way, or perhaps you’ve just slipped into that state and are looking for a way out. In today’s episode I’m doing something I haven’t done yet on the Having It A.L.L. podcast, I’m answering an email from a listener. This email comes from “Jim”, and he paints a scenario which I’m very familiar with. Jim writes: Matt,
I am writing this email to you (which is something I would never normally do) but I've been listening to your podcasts for a few months now, well, I've actually been listening to many podcasts for that matter; but, I've recently really connected to your podcast and I have to say it has opened up my mind to so many more possibilities for my life.
I am a man in my mid 40’s with a great family, an unbelievable wife and the greatest girls ever. But, I have been struggling with my confidence for years and while I may act like I've got my stuff together, I am a lost, confused soul. But, I don't feel like I'm that far off if that makes any sense to you. I struggle with the inability to get moving, the motivation to just start. I am an over-thinker and i have to weigh all my options before I get started on anything and I know that is one of my many flaws.
I write this all to simply ask, can you direct me to any of your podcasts or any other mediums that you've used in the past that helped you along the way? I am bound and determined to live my life to the fullest so any suggestions on where I can start would be greatly appreciated.
Keep up the great work on your podcast!!!Listen to this episode if you can relate to Jim, as I’m breaking down 6 very distinct things you can do to get clear on what you want and break out of your funk. If you have a question you’d like for me to answer on the air, visit the Contact page on my website and reach out to me: https://www.havingitallpodcast.com/contact Show Notes: