Chester says that we need more “backbone” to be strong and less “wishbone”. He right.
A bird needs their wishbone for one distinc reason: it provides skeletal stability which enables flight. A wishbone gives the power of flight. I think a backbone is critical to stand up to stressors, but a wishbone helps you break free from your daily bonds and fly to new heights.
Chester’s book brings the message that every person and group has validity and that when we work together, we can accomplish much more then we we work devisively.
Also, in the second half of this show, Neil, of the Warp Ten Podcast called into my SpeakPipe message system with a quest about how to handle the challenge of working odd shifts when trying to lose weight and increase physical fitness. You can listen to his podcast (with his co-host, Joe) on iTunes or Stitcher.
I neglected to mention two other weight loss and fitness methods, but that is only because they are mentioned in many other shows. But if you need the link to LoseIt or Fitbit, well, there they are. I credit both LoseIt and Fitbit with my continuing success!
Also, just as a side note. If anyone noticed slightly odd audio sounds, or maybe the sounds of birds, I was the victim of my own poor planning when I recorded this Trevitorial. I had some carpenters working in out basement. They hammered, ran power saws and dropped wood frequently. But since I needed to get this show out on time, I went out to our patio. Our windy patio, with many birds. I tried to filter the worst of the wind out, but not degrade the audio too much. Planning. So very important in life!
Music composed and performed by Jason Shaw, courtesy of Audionautix.com
Voiceover courtesy of Matt Young. Matt is a professional voiceover artist. If you have any need of voiceover work, for your podcast, radio spot, or whatever, you can reach Matt by a variety of methods.