JournalTalk has offered me the pleasure of interviewing some interesting people. People who have developed a habit of asking themselves tough questions, listening to the voice(s) within, and staying present to the answers that unfold. This week’s guest is a great example of such a guy.
Thai’s life has taken many interesting turns. His family fled from Vietnam after the war, and made it to Australia. He’s been a 5-star chef specializing in nutrition-rich menus, an international kick boxer and personal trainer, and he attended seminary school with a drive to help people on their spiritual journey. While earning a Masters degree in Psychotherapy, Today Thai writes for his own authentic news site, TheUtopianLife.com.
Our conversation explores several topics, but what felt most profound to me was our agreement that our words and our stories matter — the more we seek to understand ourselves, especially if we want to be a positive influence on others, the more important it is to listen for and give attention to constructing the words of our personal journey. (JournalTalk, Episode #58, July 14, 2015)
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