Ep. 3 The Stop Vs. Stopping Dilemma: Cultivating Discipline and Determination with David Henzel and Eduard Brink


In Today’s Episode:

  • The distinction between “stop” and “stopping”.
  • The importance of understanding one’s “why” and aligning actions with personal mission and values.
  • The concept of “good, better, best” in setting goals.
  • The significance of simplification in decision-making and design.
  • The power of perseverance, as exemplified by the inspirational story of Olympic medalist Bibian Mentel.
  • The role of core values in personal and professional life.

The episode revolves around understanding the difference between momentarily halting something and the entire process of ceasing it. The conversation touches upon the challenges of maintaining positive habits, the need to occasionally step back and view the broader perspective, and the role of core values in guiding our life choices.

In order to hold on to good ideas, I slow down, seek silence, and simplify.

Eduard Brink

Join us on a transformative journey where we delve deep into the realms of self-reflection, understanding our true purpose, and setting meaningful goals. As we navigate the complexities of life, we’ll uncover the strategies and mindsets that empower us to persevere, even in the face of adversity.

Episode Timestamps:

00:05 – Introduction.

00:20 – Delving into the concept of “stop vs stopping”.

02:16 – The power and importance of one’s “why”.

04:16 – Setting goals using the “good, better, best” framework.

05:12 – The significance of simplification in decision-making and design.

07:17 – Bibian Mentel’s story of resilience and determination.

09:27 – The guiding light of core values in our lives.

If you have a strong ‘why’, it becomes an emotionally charged goal.

David Henzel

Define your core values and share them with us! Visit lovenotfear.com and be a part of the conversation. Stop the process of stopping and keep moving forward!

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