Preserving Our Inner Child and Finding Personal Growth with The Confused Millennial
Apr 18, 2018
Jayson C. Lynn / Rachel Ritlop
The one in which we talk about what it means to be a millennial, the misconceptions, the opportunities, the struggles, and all the real stuff that goes on in between. Rachel gives Jayson great advice on manifesting your goals, the importance of accessing your inner child to foster your professional creativity, blogging as a career and for personal health, and we even talk about a shaman.
The Confused Millennial...
Where We’re Going…
0:26 – Origin of The Confused Millennial
2:01 – Most successful topic on the blog
2:56 – Misconception of the Millennial Generation
5:00 – Manifesting the things you want from your life
8:23 – Balance between focusing on testing for college and beyond and play time
12:30 – Biggest tips for going from high school to adulthood
15:52 – Is blogging still a fertile landscape for someone to get into or where should the next cohort go online?
18:25 – How do people find their voice for themselves?
20:15 – How do you transition your passions into positive actions online?
24:29 – Common advice is to “just start” but how do we avoid victimizing our own voice in the process? Or how to not let your voice online just be a diary-based confessional.
29:06 – How do you become comfortable expanding your search for health and wellness and shamanic rituals.
32:00 – Adulthood Is… Blog case study example
37:02 – What do you do to overcome the fear and anxiety of your first post? – Listener Question
42:32 What books or resources do you recommend the most?
43:50 What’s the
45:30 Imposter syndrome in growing your self-brand
47:00 – Inner child fulfillment question
“It’s not that we’re entitled, it’s that we don’t want to wait around to just feel empty inside.” – (4:00)
“Our little kid self knows so much more about who we are.” – (13:15)
“Once you have identified how [negativity] is showing up in your life, look at what language you’re using to perpetuate your own story for yourself.” – (23:02)
“We solve our problems by how we were raised to ask the questions” – (29:00)