Do you have a soundtrack on repeat in your head that is repeating negative things and holding you back? Many of us do — often without even realizing it!
Jon Acuff joins me on the podcast this week to share about how he discovered these soundtracks in his own life, how they were affecting him in a negative way, and how choosing a new soundtrack has changed his life.
Jon is a best-selling author and motivational speaker and he’s spent a lot of time over the past few years paying attention to and studying how our mindset impacts our beliefs and actions.
In this interview, we talk about his method for identifying and replacing broken soundtracks (he shares some great questions to ask yourself to know if what is playing on repeat in your head is a soundtrack you should be listening to!) He shares very personally how this has changed his approach and made such a difference in his life.
No matter where you are at in life, I think this episode will challenge you in a really good way!
In This Episode:
[00:33] Can you guess who my special guest is?
[01:50] Jon shares his background and how he became an author and a speaker.
[03:53] What a soundtrack is to Jon.
[05:41] How he applied the message of this book to the actual writing of this book.
[08:50] Practical ways to shift your soundtrack.
[12:19] Once you’ve identified your broken soundtracks, what’s next?
[16:13] How do you choose which soundtracks to listen to and change?
[18:24] One of his favorite chapters from the book.
[20:41] What do you do when the stress creeps in?
[23:17] His thoughts on losing an opportunity and how he worked through it.
[25:00] The one thing he hopes people take away from his book.
Links and Resources:
- Jon Acuff
- Jon’s Instagram account
- Soundtracks by Jon Acuff
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