ER Docs and Crucial Talks

1000 Reasons Why You Can't: The Case of Unrealized Potential

December 29, 2020 Raj Kalsi & Cullen Kehoe Season 1 Episode 13
ER Docs and Crucial Talks
1000 Reasons Why You Can't: The Case of Unrealized Potential
Show Notes

Welcome back and happy new year!

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So what happens when you think you've gotten it 'wrong' in life; a wrong turn in your life path, your life journey -- personally or professionally?  Can you start over?  And if so, at what price?

Tonight, Cullen and Raj discuss moments when each of them have started over in a significant way.  Can you relate?  If so, what did you experience and what challenges did you face?  If you desire a change in your life are you willing to take the steps necessary to fulfill your dream?

The podcasters discuss the movie "Field of Dreams" and the song "Dancing Nancies" .. two works that have different deep meanings to both these podcasters.  Join them in one one of the most interesting discussions they have had this season.


Field of Dreams (YouTube - Archibald "Moonlight" Graham Scene):

Field of Dreams (YouTube - Ray meets his father and reconciles):

Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds (YouTube) - "Dancing Nancies":

Rocky - 1976 Original Trailer (YouTube) -

The intro and exit music is written and performed by Cullen Kehoe.

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