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May 12, 2023

#16: Convenience is killing us 

We must gain the value of skills—especially those we need to survive. 

Society has been all too comfortable. Everything is at our fingertips, and there is barely any effort or sacrifice needed.

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In this episode, Jordan and Doug talk about:

   Tempering convenience and how to fight it
   Why skills are essential for survival
   How to take responsibility for ourselves and our families 

 Remember your pen and paper, and be ready to take action!
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Here’s a look at this episode…

  • [03:00] Mindset to problem-solving ( free workshop)   
  • [5:00] What does it mean to be soft or weak?
  • [12:35] The skills we have lost 
  • [20:30] Becoming too comfortable 
  • [26:45] Tips to help asses yourself and how to micro-task and take control of yourself.

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