The Penduka Podcast
About This Show
A weekly podcast dedicated to helping you live fully alive by equipping you with practical tools to awaken passion and purpose in your everyday life.
Hosted by Joy McMillan (speaker, author & entrepreneur behind Simply Bloom), this shot of soul-espresso, based on Joy's latest book, delivers nuggets of wisdom and insight, while encouraging you in your journey.
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Episode 017 : Purpose + The Student Mindset
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This week we're looking at the importance of remaining teachable in the 6th letter of the PURPOSE acronym, from chapter 13 of Penduka, S: Student Status. What You'll Hear: One thousand four hundred and forty: the number of minutes that make up a day. Whether you're a drunk under a bridge, or the person ministering to them; we all get the same amount. What makes a difference is how we spend them. The dash on our tombstones is one of the only things engraved there that we actually get to influence...how will you spend yours? Your time is precious. Along with your energy, it is your most limited resource. The good news is that it can accomplish extraordinary things when invested wisely. The people who accomplish the best things (not always the most things) are those who have a firmer grasp on the value of their time and the direct connection between their use of it and the impact their life can have. If we could see the impact our seemingly insignificant daily decisions have on the whole (big picture of our lives), we would steward our time more wisely. It's not about having time, it's about making time for what matters most to you. If you want something badly enough, you will prioritize it and make it happen. If we were brave enough to examine our schedules and dissect where we're spending our time - and make the appropriate changes - what might be different one year from now? And if we don't change anything, where will our sloppy habits take us one year out? The ability we have to learn new skills and access excellent (and often free) training - from the comfort of our homes and vehicles (through audiobooks and podcasts) - is so astounding that not one of us has the excuse to not learn and change and grow and develop ourselves this year, and every other year after that. Share your thoughts and join the conversation over on Facebook. Sponsor: