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Takeaways From Dr. Jordan B. Peterson

Hey everyone, Andy here, and welcome back to another blog post! It’s like we’re hanging out, just you and me, sharing moments and experiences, thanks to the incredible world of social media.

Let’s kick off with a quick moment of gratitude. I’ve had an incredible week, especially with a trip to Punta Cana with my girlfriend. Amazing service, met fantastic people – shoutout to all the drivers, vendors, and tour guides. And then, coming home to celebrate my 40th birthday. The love I felt from everyone, even folks I haven’t heard from in ages, was truly heartwarming. It’s a reminder of how much we all matter. Practicing gratitude, I believe, opens us up to a more optimistic outlook on life, steering us away from negativity.

Now, onto the importance of words. I’ve stepped into this realm of sharing insights through my book, now embarking on a speaking tour, akin to Dr. Jordan Peterson, a hero of mine. It’s about spreading the lessons on overcoming limiting beliefs and harnessing the power of language, especially in leadership. I’m all ears for opportunities to dive deeper into these discussions, whether it be in workshops or Q&As. My journey in thought leadership is just getting more exciting, and I’m eager for every bit of interaction on this path.

Recently, I had the profound experience of seeing Dr. Jordan B. Peterson live. What a day, especially with it being my birthday! His wisdom, reflecting on his vast teaching career and deep knowledge, resonated with me on multiple levels. His approach to sharing complex ideas in accessible ways parallels my mission. Peterson’s insights, particularly on showing up, taking ownership, and the power of sacrifice, hit home. It’s about making those hard choices now for a better future, a philosophy I embody every day.

Moreover, Peterson’s take on sin, aligning with the idea of missing the mark and the importance of minor adjustments in our journey, mirrors my own beliefs in proactive decision-making and constant improvement.

So, here’s my challenge to you: reflect on your values, your goals, and what sacrifices you’re willing to make to achieve them. Surround yourself with people and ideas that challenge and elevate you. Remember, it’s about stopping what doesn’t serve you, continuing what does, and starting new habits that lead you to where you want to be.

Cause at the end of the day, you are responsible to do the three things that are going to make you amazing every day. Those three things every week are the same. Do the fucking thing, tell the fucking world and show the fuck up. We’ll see you next week!

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Andy Weins

Andy Weins is a fourth-generation entrepreneur, Veteran of the U.S. Army, and speaker. Through consulting, teaching, podcasting, and writing, he is an enthusiastic supporter of Veterans, entrepreneurs, community engagement, individual empowerment, and the environment.

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