– The 5-Bullet Point Episode (EP’s 6 – 10) –
The Inner Picture Stories Podcast hits another milestone of 10 episodes. That means nothing less than a new 5-Bullet Point episode! If you are a new listener to the show, let me give you a quick explanation of what these 5-Bullet Point episodes are all about. Each one of them serves one of two functions.
Firstly, you can either listen to them at a moment when you are in need of a quick boost of wisdom, insights, lessons, or reminders from our past 5 guests that we had on the show. Secondly, they can be used as preview episodes for you to filter out and select which one of the past episodes suits the current situation you are in, in your life. Why of course, I would recommend a listen to all the episodes, but I guess that’s more down to the amount of care and love I’ve put into them. I do get, that over time as more and more episodes of the Inner Picture Stories Podcast become available the list can get long.
Therefore, I introduced these 5-Bullet Point Episodes to help you find the episodes that speak to you the most at that moment in time. I hope that has cleared things up. So now, go on, click on play, enjoy listening to this 5-Bullet Point Episode, and you can simply click LISTEN TO FULL EPISODE located near the description of each guest, to dig into the whole interview.
The 5-Bullet Point Episode (EP’s 6 – 10)
Muni Nataraja: Ever wondered what life would be like in a monastery? Muni Natarajan, an ex-monk who lived for 37 years in a monastery sits down with me in this episode to answer questions about the lessons, the experiences and the wisdom that he learned through those years of being a monk. A marvelous episode.
Julia Bainbridge: It has been mentioned by many psychologists that our next big public health issue could very well be loneliness. For many reasons, I found it vitally important to explore the topic of loneliness here on the podcast. And who better to do it with than the host of The Lonely Hour, a podcast that explores the feelings of loneliness and aloneness – Julia Bainbridge. For anyone struggling with loneliness, and seeking deeper answers, this episode is perfect for you.
Jellis Vaes: If it wasn’t for travel, I wouldn’t be here anymore. Travel saved my life. Here in this episode, I share my story of the journey I took from being at the low point of wanting to give up on life, into the changes and lessons I came to witness from traveling around the world for 3 years. A great episode, and one that hopefully inspires and helps others to venture out into the world.
Dave & Deb: In this episode, two of the most famous people in the world of travel blogging took the time to sit down with me and answer some questions. This inspiring and insightful episode with Dave & Deb, founders of the multi award winning travel blog The Planet D, is one filled with wisdom and lessons about the deeper insights travel can bring into a person’s life.
Martin Inderbitzin: Brace yourself for a very compelling episode, with an example of what human bravery and strength looks like. Martin Inderbitzin, a neuroscientist, cancer survivor, triathlete, and founder of my survival story sits down with me and talks about the lessons he came to learn out of the hardships from fighting a rare kind of pancreatic cancer. A truly beautiful episode filled with lots of life lessons and take aways that can be used in all of our lives.
Question about this episode: How did you like the 5-Bullet Point Episode of EP’s 6 – 10? Any words of wisdom or insights that struck you, that you would like to share with us? Ohh, and if you are looking for another boost of wisdom, be sure to have a listen to the previous 5-Bullet Point Episode for EP’s 1-5!
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