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Today I’m excited to welcome Lou Redmond to The Quarter Life Comeback podcast.
Lou Redmond is a speaker, author and meditation teacher who’s quickly become one of my new close friends online.
At 6 years old, Lou felt deeply that he was meant to live the life of his dreams. However, as he grew up, those dreams were put aside and societal norms took over as he found himself working to fit in with the crowd and take the common corporate road to the “American Dream.”
Unfulfilled by work, Lou turned to drugs and alcohol. After 2 years of the “living for the weekend” mentality, Lou found himself in a meeting with a group of successful entrepreneurs that would change things forever.
From that point on, Lou began changing his life one positive decision at a time. He got into personal development, started reading books, meditating, exploring his passions and seeking new situations that pushed his comfort zone.
Lou decided to write a book about his whole experience, which we get into in the interview. I know you’re going to dig this one!
“Follow your excitement and see where it leads you” (Tweet this)
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN:
- How Lou reached his personal turning point
- Why we go through our twenties on auto-pilot
- The keystone habit that transformed Lou’s life
- The benefits of meditation (and how to get started)
- The difference between bettering ourselves and being enough already
- Lou’s opinion on “following your passion”
RESOURCES & LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
- Live a Great Story
- Episode 29 with Zach Horvath
- Finding Joe (the story of the Hero’s Journey)
- Find Your Truth: A Modern Day Story About Letting Go of Addiction and Finding Life’s Purpose
Finally, you can hang out with Lou on the various social media channels below:
THANKS FOR LISTENING!
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Thanks again for joining me on the show, Lou, and for sharing your story.
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