Everyone loves a good story. Stories are part of what make us human. But I am not talking about the novels and classics many of us love to read.
There is already a story going on in each of our minds. It is those stories that we tell ourselves about what happens to us that can have huge implications for our lives. How do those stories come from the way we see the world?
Do come and join my co-host Andrew Horton and I as we discuss:
- The see-do-get model of human behaviour.
- How the way you see the world profoundly affects what you will do.
- How stories create our paradigm (or mental map) of the world.
- The power of changing your story by changing your paradigm.
- Why we resist listening to other people's stories.
- The part of the podcast Andrew was tempted to delete about our own personal stories (don't worry its not that scandalous!)
- Stories and paradigms of how to approach God and the implications in our own lives.
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