I went for a walk today, and this time I talked out loud through the whole walk.? By talking out loud, I felt that I wasn't alone but had an advisor and a mentor to help me solve my problems.? It was a new level of intensity during a walk that I was not used to.
How often do you walk and talk?? Why not?? No one cares.? Actually, the few people I walked by looked like they envied me and that I was in such deep thought.
Walking and talking is a free key for you to tap into another superpower that you have.? When you are done with this podcast, go for a walk and make sure you talk.? You will truly enjoy the new you, you will find.
I love you!
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