This message is shared with us on every episode of the Live Inspired Podcast through our guests. They are each ordinary people, doing extraordinary things... on purpose.
Today, on the Season 2 Final, I share my favorite advice from each of our guests and what it means for the inspired lives we're living today.
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On last week's #LiveInspired Podcast, my guest Kim Scott introduced us to Radical Candor, the concept of being extraordinarily bold and transparent while delivering truth from a place of love.
I've been thinking a lot about this concept and it brought to mind a poem that's often credited to Mother Teresa. In today's #LiveInspired vlog, I share this poem and encourage you to listen to the words intently.
As you bump into traffic jams, computer issues, health challenges, and more today, choose to do your best and live inspired anyway.
"If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all."
My bet is that each and every one of us has heard this at some point in our life, whether it be coming from a parent, teacher, coach, or friend. But has anyone told you the opposite- being nice to a literal fault- might be just as bad?
This idea was brought to my attention by my most recent Live Inspired Podcast guest Kim Malone Scott. It's a concept Kim has spent her life exploring, and it's one she shares in her newly released book, Radical Candor.
In today's #MondayMotivation, I share some of Kim's insights and I explore how we can use radical candor to make a difference in the lives of those around us. Starting with our own.