This week's guest on Inner Monologue is Trisa Summers. She opens up about the fear and excitement when we decide to find and follow our bliss, even when that means walking into the unknown. Trisa was a CEO for a financial services firm. She enjoyed her success at a job she loved with people she respected. As time went on, Trisa realized that something was missing in her life. She felt the time was right to devote more time for her family and seek out passing that fulfilled her heart, rather than her head.
Illustration by Sharon Stelluto.
Learn more about Sharon at www.sharonstelluto.com
All Music in this podcast is provided by Cloudkicker.
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Other music contributors for this episode by Slow Dancing Society.
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Dear Thomas and Sharon, I discovered your podcast by chance today and listened to your excellent discussion with Trisa. I was indeed inspired. I was also excited to see where Sharon has landed because we know each other from CoSM. We were both in Delvin's first Permaculture class there :-) I think that what you are doing is so important. We lost two of my husband's brothers to suicide. Mental health is so misunderstood. I recently heard someone on an NPR program say that they thought we should just get rid of the word 'mental', because it is related to everything, physical, emotional and spiritual as well as having to do with the mind. I've been meditating since 1989. It has helped me so much, and I would recommend some form of it to anyone. It sounds like you are making progress. I am definitely coming back to listen to more episodes. And Sharon, I love all your little drawings :-) Great to see your art again!
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