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Episode Info: Rodolfo Young spent two years in silent practice.  He wasn’t sitting in some ashram somewhere. He was out in the world - and chose not to speak.  We talk about what he learned during those two years, why he decided to do this (including the heartbreak that was the catalyst), and how others received him as they spoke to him and he didn’t reply. In addition, we go into some fascinating mental models such as understanding the ego as an ice block, how an umbrella in the rain is useful for understanding our desire to share what we’ve learned whilst also not imposing ourselves on another, cultivating curiosity, and how true choice carries with it the burden of responsibility (and why that’s actually a good thing). Rodolfo is ex-U.S. military (he served during the Iraq War doing PsyOps), a TedX speaker, an American expat, a fellow Ubudian, a motivational speaker, and an all-around thoughtful and inspiring guy.  His goal is to touch a million hearts. Please have a listen and appreciate someone who has probably gone deeper into his own heart and psyche than most! Rodolfo’s Links: Rodolfo Young TEDxUbud - The Art of Holding Space @rodolfo_young on Instagram Rodolfo Young on Youtube  Rodolfo Young Almaflow Experience Rodolfo Young’s Books on Amazon Other Relevant Links:  Radio Free Europe American Sniper Vipassana Meditations Landmark Forum The Magic of Thinking Big Tony Robbins NLP The Slight Edge P.S. If you liked the show, please leave a review on whichever podcast platform you listened to it on.  Positive reviews help others find our work. And if you didn’t like the show, please send an email to to let us know why so that we can do better next time.  Thanks!...
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