Welcome to the Loveworks dreamers and doers Podcast # 102. At Loveworks we believe you are NEVER too young to be a dreamer and NEVER too old to do your dream.
If this is your first time, thank you for joining us and giving us the thing that means the most to you – your time. If you’re returning, welcome back! We know you have lots of options out there in the Podcast universe.
Our hope with Dreamers & Doers podcast is that each week’s special guests will connect with you wherever you find yourself today and inspire you to become the best version of yourself for tomorrow.
Personal Growth with Michael and Carolyn
At Loveworks, we believe that one of the ways that you can become one of the best versions of yourself is to focus on personal growth. We love curating things like books, music, organizations, blogs, or resources that have encouraged your personal growth.
Today we are going to offer a couple of words and phrases that won’t fade in and out of popularity but can have a lasting impact on how you live your life.
The word “just”. Be careful with this word because it can diminish the impact of your accomplishments and the value of your time and effort.
“Have to” signifies an expression of obligation or compulsion made to another person while on the other hand “Get to” denotes the expression of any opportunity or privilege provided to someone.
Alice Young: Owner + CEO O’Haver Oklahoma
Alice Young is the owner and CEO of Brown O’Haver Oklahoma which has been adjusting claims on behalf of the consumer since 2006. Brown O’Haver donates 5% of its yearly income and volunteers for local nonprofits throughout the year. Alice is an officer for the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters. She was a volunteer for CASA (court-appointed special advocates) for over 10 years. She joined Le Monde’s board in December 2020. Alice earned her Bachelor of Science in Communication from Southern Utah University in 2002. Her two daughters attend Le Monde and her son is currently an educator in South Korea.
Alice’s ADVICE –
Don’t get too up when you’re up and don’t get too down when you’re down. We all feel like whatever it is, whether it’s the best news in the world or the worst, that it’s over. But honestly, the day goes by, we wake back up again and we start back over again. If we get too up on our up, we honestly will crash too much when we crash. So get excited when you win something; be excited when your team wins or when you do well in a class or any of those things. Understand that even though this is a great moment, every moment is just a moment inside of itself.
- Look for sparks in your life, it doesn’t have to be your job
- If you want to be a CEO, find that thing that you are best at and surround yourself with others to support you in doing that
- You can learn something from everyone
BOOK RECOMMENDATION: The Great Work of Your Life by Stephen Cope