Career Re-Boot, You Are Stronger Than You Think You Are: Wendy Perrotti

Many of us believe that what limits us are our external circumstances. However, we are often internally self-limited. When we push back on our limiting beliefs, we are capable of any and everything. 

Wendy Perrotti, co-founder of Camp Reinvention, and David Stewart, founder of AGEIST, discuss these self-limiting beliefs and the possibilities that follow when we stop believing in them, where the attitude of fragility comes from when society is looking at someone in midlife and beyond, the importance of feeling useful, why we must search for our purpose rather than our passion, and much more. 

What you will learn in this episode:
– Why we hold self-limiting beliefs, how to let go of them, and the possibilities that follow
– Why society views us as fragile
– Why we must continue to feel useful and helpful to others
– Why we need to look for our purpose, not our passion

“The burden that most people feel is ‘What if?’ “

“I’ve never seen anyone who truly succeeds forward. Every success is almost like an ending point. We fail forward. It’s everything that you try and fail and try and twerk and play with and experiment with that actually moves you forward to those successes that are like bam! Did that, check it off the list, and then we fail forward again.” 

“All of those little things that you have lived through, that you have triumphed over, that you have merely survived, if you notice them for the win of it rather than for the pain of it, my god, by the time you hit our age, we feel completely invincible!” 

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Taylor Marks
Taylor Marks is a certified holistic health coach and current student at The Institute of Culinary Education studying health supportive culinary arts. Her passions include making nourishing food taste and look delicious and guiding others towards feeling their best.


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