Souvenirs from Sin City
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Fresh from the Podcast Movement Evolutions conference in Las Vegas, Theresa & Sherry share a bit of what they gleaned and observed, during this episode.
The hosts agree that while it did not deliver in terms of expectations, it absolutely provided the necessary landscape for clarity.
Instead of panels of successful podcasters eager to share their industry wisdom, hacks, and lessons-learned, the rooms were populated mostly with industry professionals sharing stories relating to their products. Many had wonderful goods & services to offer, and one must be discerning when listening to the din of voices. That is a practice in and of itself.
They discuss the idea of more and abundance – Abundance is more but rooted firmly in a purpose. Revisiting the why, periodically, is essential to staying aligned. More for more’s sake, like expectations, can lead to disappointment. Go for the gold, the copper, the stone, or wherever the heart of your why is rooted, and abundance is the reward.
In the heightened realities, disparate realities, changing realities, and steady realities experienced in five days in Las Vegas, the hosts discuss how it might be to live in equanimity. Having preferences is human and standards is great, but being fully present and okay with things as they are is an option that practices offer when done with consistency.
Evidence of the story Sherry shared about the Dala Lama could not be verified, but the essence of it remains true. How can we feel the same satisfaction and contentment (equanimity) whether consuming a five-star meal or a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
What was revealed through the whole and all its parts, is that Anecdotal Anatomy (the podcast) will continue to expand in content and seed new growth through Anecdotal Anatomy in Action (live and virtual events & programs).
This episode is dedicated to Las Vegas, a loud, bright, mythical, action-packed teacher.
“Once in a while you get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right.” Scarlet Begonias, Grateful Dead
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Couldn't isolate the Absolutely Fabulous clip, but for those interested in watching the episode, it is Season 6, Episode 3 (When Edina is at the Commune)
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