Rise Resolute Podcast

India: Challenges are opportunities for growth.

August 12, 2020 Gina Meyer, DPT Season 1 Episode 32
Rise Resolute Podcast
India: Challenges are opportunities for growth.
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Rise Resolute Podcast
India: Challenges are opportunities for growth.
Aug 12, 2020 Season 1 Episode 32
Gina Meyer, DPT

Connect and rise with India, runner, co-host of the Run Duo Podcast, and Vlogger. India shares powerful insight as she takes us through both her professional journey and her journey as a runner. In life and in running when things don’t go as planned, you have to step back, adjust, and reset. Challenges are opportunities for growth. India shares how running a marathon molded her into a different person. We also discuss how she navigated her professional journey and that sometimes you have to have peace with stepping away from something that may have been your world for a long time. She shares her experience during the pandemic and the challenges of working from home, guiding us through how we can find the positives and the value of asking yourself what is truly important when you actually have time to slow down and consider it. We wrap up discussing social justice. Racism isn’t new, but what is new is the way eyes are being opened. One important way to combat racism is to have the hard conversations. Don’t ever assume you understand what someone else experiences... get educated. Step back and ask what you can do to make a difference within you. Whatever it is you want to do in life, it’s truly all about starting. If you’ve been thinking about something, just do it. Find strength and positivity within yourself. And never forget your why.

Show Notes

Connect and rise with India, runner, co-host of the Run Duo Podcast, and Vlogger. India shares powerful insight as she takes us through both her professional journey and her journey as a runner. In life and in running when things don’t go as planned, you have to step back, adjust, and reset. Challenges are opportunities for growth. India shares how running a marathon molded her into a different person. We also discuss how she navigated her professional journey and that sometimes you have to have peace with stepping away from something that may have been your world for a long time. She shares her experience during the pandemic and the challenges of working from home, guiding us through how we can find the positives and the value of asking yourself what is truly important when you actually have time to slow down and consider it. We wrap up discussing social justice. Racism isn’t new, but what is new is the way eyes are being opened. One important way to combat racism is to have the hard conversations. Don’t ever assume you understand what someone else experiences... get educated. Step back and ask what you can do to make a difference within you. Whatever it is you want to do in life, it’s truly all about starting. If you’ve been thinking about something, just do it. Find strength and positivity within yourself. And never forget your why.