Remember What You Wished For on The Best Thing Podcast with Antonio Neves

Episode 54 – Remember What You Wished For


5 Questions To Change Your Life

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In this episode of The Best Thing podcast, host Antonio Neves talks about why we should remember what we wished for.

He shares some challenges he encountered leading up to publication of his book Stop Living on Autopilot. He digs into the importance of controlling what we can control and not seeking validation from outside sources.

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Quick Episode Summary

  • The book is out now!
  • Remember what you wished for
  • The trials of writing “Stop Living on Autopilot”
  • Dreams and driving on the hard shoulder
  • Control only what you can control
  • Recommit to joy
  • Validation has to come from within
  • It doesn’t count unless you’re having fun

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I'm Antonio

I’m a success coach, podcaster and author of Stop Living On Autopilot: Take Responsibility For Your Life & Rediscover A Bolder, Happier You. I’m a professional question asker and storyteller. I believe that the best thing to happen to you hasn’t happened yet.

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