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Season 2/ Episode 52: The Lessons that 2020 Taught Us

In All Seriousness

Look at Yourself

In this week’s podcast episode, Tony and Jill reflected on the biggest lessons they learned about themselves.

Tony joked that he didn’t learn a darn thing. Meanwhile, a big change for Jill was learning to be content with the present, the now.

Both agreed that self-reflection is important to do. After all, we all want to be best versions of ourselves, right?

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What is the biggest lesson you learned about yourself and others this year? Tell us your answer either in the Comments section below or by calling us at 404-594-2247 and leaving us a voicemail. We’d love to know more about you, our listeners.

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2 comments on “Season 2/ Episode 52: The Lessons that 2020 Taught Us

  1. Mary Ellen Vogel says:

    Hmmm . . . what have I learned about myself during the last ten months? Let’s face it, I’m almost three quarters of a century old, so I should know myself pretty well—and I think I do. What these last ten months have done is reinforce things I’ve come to realize since retirement. I’ve had a tendency to think I could finish everything in a day, week, or month. At times, I have worked almost nonstop never finishing my “to do” list, a frustrating state of mind. Although I love to feel I’m accomplishing something, I also need time off. I’ve learned to look at what I achieve in a day, not at what I don’t get done, and to be grateful for being able to any of it. I’m glad both Denis and I have so many interests to keep us occupied. We’ve been meditating for 34 years and have incorporated something new into our routine, Tai Chi. We find it very beneficial. I think I’m learning to be grateful. Okay now I must decide if I’m expecting too much from 2021. Congrats on your two year anniversary!

    1. @jillccwrites2 says:

      Happy new year to you two! Ooh, Tai Chi, huh? I’ve been thinking of trying that too. Your comment about it inspires me. I like your point about looking at what you achieve in a day. I certainly need to learn to do that, too. We are sure your comment will help others, too, so thanks for taking the time to respond.

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