387: Christine Hassler: Living Life With An Expectation Hangover
Welcome to the Steve Jobs based Join Up Dots Podcast Interview with Christine Hassler
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Todays guest, joining us the Join Up Dots podcast interview, is Christine Hassler, a lady that for so many people would have been considered a success in her earlier life
A life that appears from the outside glamorous and stimulating
She was an agent in Hollywood, California….yep, she worked the land known as tinseltown for the Artist Management Group and was on a path that seemed set.
At least from the outside.
But inside her that path was most definitely not set.
That path was leading Christine, away from this sought after position to take her into the unknown and into a world of fear and doubts.
At the age of 25 she left this job, and set out to find the true thing she knew in her heart of heart she should be doing.
And as she sought for what she needed to do in life, she discovered that so many people she met had those same insecurities and frustrations that life was slipping away from them too.
And with the publication and success of her first book in 2005, “20 Something 20 Everything” she touched a nerve in her readers and herself.
And her future started to reveal itself.
Now as a professional speaker, Christine Hassler, leads seminars and workshops around the country, and is a sought after expert appearing on TV and Radio everywhere on the subject of discovering the answers to the questions: “Who Am I, What do I want, and How do I get it?”
So how did she end up in Hollywood where it seems so wrong now on any different levels?
And how do people begin to answer that question “Who am I ” when for their whole life they have allowed people to tell them what they are.
Well let’s bring onto the show to start joining up dots, as we discuss the words of Steve Jobs with the one and only Christine Hassler.
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During the show we discussed such weighty topics such as:
How we should look at all the things that we love doing for hour upon hour, when we lose time, and can’t get enough, and be aware of how we feel.
How we should truly look back at our earlier years to see the clues that we have left behind us when we were small children.
How she believes that we are all addicted to control, but in fact no one has control. Its how we deal with that uncertainty that is so important in our lives.
Why she so loves “A true friend is the one that can sing the song of your soul when you have forgotten”
How her deepest far in life was losing everything and being seen as failure, and when it occurred she looked around and thought “Not too bad!”
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