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Show 216 - Face the Fear and Do It Anyway Pt2 Show 216 of The Engaging Brand leadership and marketing podcast is ready just for you. To subscribe or listen on your PC now - both for free, you don't need to download anything - all explained at the end of the post and don't forget to try GoToMeeting for your 30 day free trial! Today is the second part of the interview with the truly inspirational eco-adventurer and writer Roz Savage who has - wait for it! - rowed the Atlantic Ocean and who is now rowing the Pacific Ocean. You can follow her journey over at Roz Rows the Pacific. if you haven't heard the first part of the interview then podcast 215 is here. Today we dig deeper into the emotinal aspects and Roz talks to us about How isolation affects the human mind How you react to isolation as a human being The importance of how you feel about yourself Recognising the importance of the negative talk in your brain How you need to be your own best friend Which are harder - physical barriers or emotional barriers? How to prepare for the emotional side of life What would Roz's motivational tip be? Remember if you want to back Roz's environmental journey then visit the Roz Savage website. If you have feedback for me on the show or topics that you would like me to cover then e-mail me at anna@theengagingbrand.com or hop over to Facebook group for The Engaging Brand. or the new room set up on Friendfeed How you can listen to the Engaging Brand 1) You can listen on your PC now without downloading any software just click here to hear the latest podcast and it will take you to the latest podcast. Then press the play button! 2) You can subscribe to the show via iTunes or 3) If you use a different podcatcher then you can subscribe using the following http://www.podcasternews.com/feeds/enbr.xml Message from Sponsor “Online Meetings Made Easy with GoToMeeting Try it Free for 30 days use Promo Code Podcast”
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If you could live your life over....? I remember reading a survey a while back which asked people over 65 "If you could live your life over, what would you do differently ? The top 3 answers were: I would like to stop and ask the big questions I would like to be more courageous and take more risks in work and love I would like to live life with purpose - to make a difference Poignantly, I asked my dad that question about a fortnight before he died. With a cheeky smiled he looked me in the eye and said "Absolutely, nothing. I spent everyday, living my dream....if you don't live your dream then you end up living your nightmare or not living at all. I have always felt the person who invented the word regrets must have been sad! Imagine inventing the word regrets as your legacy! You cannot change the past, only the future and each second is another part of the future...don't waste even a second " I will never forget that for as long as I live, I mean how good must that feel - even when faced with you last few hours you have no regrets. You have lived life to the full and that you believe in everything that you have achieved and the relationships around you, you have lived your dream. When you look at the way you live your life do you concentrate on how much you have or the things that you would like? Life is amazingly short in the grand scheme of things so at work, in love and with friends make sure that you think about the wonderful things you have in your life especially during these hard recessionary times it is easy to lose sight of them. My motto in life is "live life forward and understand it backward"...and help others do the same.

Anna Farmery

Social Marketing Architect, Speaker, Author and in spare time completing PhD on the future of the social business model

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