I’m willing to bet you have a lot going on in your life right now.

It feels like there are dozens of things that have to be done every day and, of course, life loves to throw those curve balls.

I just had a huge curve ball of  my own when my father unexpectedly had to have open-heart surgery and our whole world changed in the blink of an eye.

He’s okay, btw – he is back home and we are taking his care one day at a time.

And that phrase, one day at a time, is exactly the kind of growth principles this episode is about.

It’s easy to wonder why things happen and how we’ll get through all the curve balls.

Why is this happening right now? Why do I have a problem with alcohol? Why do I have a spending problem or a food problem? How do I fix my problems? Why do I feel stuck? Why am I so overwhelmed?

If you’re feeling stuck or overwhelmed, that’s okay. And this will be a great episode for you.

And if you’re thriving and all the things are going good right now, I still want you to listen up- because this episode is jam-packed with recovery and growth principles that will take your self-help game to a new level.

You may know my guest from his own top-ranked pod, The Addicted Mind podcast.

And as Duane shared his story with me there were so many growth principles in every step of his journey. From the tried-and-true one day at a time, to perseverance, curiosity, asking for help, being willing to try something different, getting out of his comfort zone and facing fears and insecurity, and the list could go on and on.

You’re going to hear a lot of self-help buzzwords in this episode, too, and if you stick around to the end, I’m going to give you some ideas about what you can do with those to get you farther in your self-help, healing and recovery journey.


Links mentioned in this episode: 

Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/addictionunlimited

Book A Call With Angela: addictionunlimited.com/call

The Addicted Mind podcast: https://theaddictedmind.com/podcast/


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