Episode 67

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30th May 2021

Discover your five callings

Shelley and Chad kick off Season 2 with a series on "callings." In this week's episode, the co-hosts tee off the subject with their own working definition of what calling is and then dive into their own five-part framework for how to discern and build your callings.

Let us hear your calling stories. What are the most inspiring stories of people who have clearly found their callings? 

In what ways would you say you have found your calling already? How do you know who you are already? 

In what ways would you say you are still looking for your calling?

If you’re interested in callings go to Big Self School.com/corevalues and download the free activity we’ve created for you to get clear on your core values. It’s fun. It takes 15 minutes, and we believe core values are a critical component of your callings work.

Time Stamps:

4:14: Your callings are the experiences you co-create with something bigger than yourself.

6:45: The five ways you are called, starting with you are called to grow

12:53: You are called to connect

16:20: You are called to contribute

21:36: You are called to play

26:17: You are called to create

27:57: Entering a flow state

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About the Podcast

The Big Self Podcast
Inner Growth. Outer impact.
Shelley and Chad kick off each week with a provocative thought leader who has something to say about the power of inner growth to drive outer impact. From building resilience to life design to life transitions to leadership to growing ourselves up, we touch on all things Big Self. At the back end of the week Chad and Shelley dish on their experiences and expertise.

About your host

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Chad Prevost

Dr. Chad has advanced degrees in creative writing, literature, and theology. Being married to a psychotherapist has been another education. A workshop leader and entrepreneur, he has started and participated in writing and literary arts communities in New York, Austin, Atlanta and Chattanooga. He also has experience writing as a journalist for startups in tech and logistics. He is the author of several books of poetry, as well as interactive-fiction for youth. Over the years, he has innovated writing processes to foster reflection and insight, narrative strength, and authentic voice.