About this Episode
In our Season 4 finale, we’re back with choreographer Katherine Hill to continue discussing how you evolve over time. In this episode, we revisit and expand on last week’s prompt, and learn how to constructively grow.
+Reconciling the difference in roles between student and teachers.
+Realizing we live in our own contexts.
+Compromising with other ability levels, opinions, and worldviews.
+Understanding the humility that comes with changing your perspective.
+Sharing your “wealth” by investing your time as a mentor in your mentees.
+Revisiting the importance of setting habits and finding balance.
+Exploring “the quantified self.”
+Commitment is directly related to passion; the more you choose to immerse yourself in an activity, the more positive gains you will see.
+Understanding that immersion is an active choice.
+Keeping your goals tied to a larger purpose and mission.
+Pivoting from one passion to another is more productive than completely starting fresh.
+Identity is fluid; evolving is a holistic process.
+Roles and titles ebb and flow.
+Be cognizant of how others introduce you, and ask yourself is this how I want to be known?
+Earning your title versus assigning it to yourself.
+Embrace a slow, consistent evolution down a singular path.
Find Katherine Online:
McLovin- Superbad (2007) www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HTHPtoNJLk
Season 4 Show Theme:
Tia Einarsen, My Bones-- itunes.apple.com/us/album/my-bone…013?i=1078388323 also available on Spotify