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Episode #79: Welcome to Season 4

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In this solo episode, I warmly welcome you to Season 4 of the Discomfort Practice podcast. As always, in this new season, you will find conversations with creatives, activists, leaders, scientists and a host of others about conscious discomfort, the role it’s played in their lives and the value of discomfort in us moving forward as a society. But what’s going to be a new ‘take’ on discomfort – and something I’m really excited about this season – is that it is likely to be a little more raw and unscripted. It will include interviews with those I consider the pioneers of discomfort and solo episodes which dive into the stories of my own heroes of discomfort, as well as more about my own personal journey and thoughts. As always, I’ll aim to model that embracing discomfort and choosing not to be ‘good’ can instead free you to bring something great to the world. As someone who deeply values and pursues consciousness and healing, I want to bring that to you, and to the world. So settle yourselves in and let’s get uncomfortable this season. I hope it’s a pleasure…

Key Points Discussed:

  • How the Discomfort Practice was born out the discomfort of Covid lockdown. (0:12)
  • Season Four’s focus on the OGs of discomfort: the pioneers. Interviews with Betsy’s modern-day heroes; as well as delving into the stories of past heroes. (3:24)
  • Betsy delves into her past and her own discomfort journey. (3:38)
  • Society tells us we need to be good, but what about if we reject the idea of being good, in order to fulfill our greatness. (8:15)
  • This season will be a little more raw, unfiltered and unscripted. (9:21)

Connect with Betsy:

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Thanks for tuning into The Discomfort Practice! If you enjoyed this episode, please drop us a five star and written review, follow and share how it has benefited you. Don’t forget to tune into our other episodes and share your favorite ones on social media!

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Content provided by Betsy Reed. All podcast content including episodes, graphics, and podcast descriptions are uploaded and provided directly by Betsy Reed or their podcast platform partner. If you believe someone is using your copyrighted work without your permission, you can follow the process outlined here https://cloudutil.player.fm/legal.

In this solo episode, I warmly welcome you to Season 4 of the Discomfort Practice podcast. As always, in this new season, you will find conversations with creatives, activists, leaders, scientists and a host of others about conscious discomfort, the role it’s played in their lives and the value of discomfort in us moving forward as a society. But what’s going to be a new ‘take’ on discomfort – and something I’m really excited about this season – is that it is likely to be a little more raw and unscripted. It will include interviews with those I consider the pioneers of discomfort and solo episodes which dive into the stories of my own heroes of discomfort, as well as more about my own personal journey and thoughts. As always, I’ll aim to model that embracing discomfort and choosing not to be ‘good’ can instead free you to bring something great to the world. As someone who deeply values and pursues consciousness and healing, I want to bring that to you, and to the world. So settle yourselves in and let’s get uncomfortable this season. I hope it’s a pleasure…

Key Points Discussed:

  • How the Discomfort Practice was born out the discomfort of Covid lockdown. (0:12)
  • Season Four’s focus on the OGs of discomfort: the pioneers. Interviews with Betsy’s modern-day heroes; as well as delving into the stories of past heroes. (3:24)
  • Betsy delves into her past and her own discomfort journey. (3:38)
  • Society tells us we need to be good, but what about if we reject the idea of being good, in order to fulfill our greatness. (8:15)
  • This season will be a little more raw, unfiltered and unscripted. (9:21)

Connect with Betsy:

Rate, Review, Learn and Share

Thanks for tuning into The Discomfort Practice! If you enjoyed this episode, please drop us a five star and written review, follow and share how it has benefited you. Don’t forget to tune into our other episodes and share your favorite ones on social media!

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