Jeremy Goldberg is the founder of Long Distance Love Bombs. Jeremy is a TEDx speaker trying to make kindness cool. He is also a PhD scholar who spent the past five years studying the science of human behavior, specifically how attitudes affect action and how we can communicate to inspire greater and lasting change. Jeremy is a compassion-cultivating, day-making change agent, a kind heart, and someone who believes in you.
Today’s episode is all about why balance is bullsh*t, getting clear on what you want to be, and the importance of scheduled play.
Jeremy shares how to find beauty in the mundane, how often to evaluate your inner self, and ways to design our environment in the best way possible.
He leaves listeners with the advice, “Accept total personal responsibility for the way your life is going. It’s a very confronting thing but it’s a very powerful thing. You are in control of how you respond and how you choose to do the things that you do in your life. That eliminates blame and excuses.”
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