[EP70] Life Is An Improv & You Are Infinitely Capable In Every Moment | Zach Puchtel

[EP70] Life Is An Improv & You Are Infinitely Capable In Every Moment | Zach Puchtel

In this episode I’m joined by Zach Puchtel. Zach and I first met in 2013 when we attended a leadership experience together in Los Angeles. This was an incredible conversation with an incredible man. A man that was a self labeled “jock” who grew up in Minnesota and went to LA to pursue his creative / artistic dreams.

We dove deep into how Zach has evolved as a leader over the past 8 years and how he looked inward (and accessed his feminine side) to become the man he is today. Part of this journey has also been a complete surrender to flow.

Conversations like this matter (and ripple out into the world). I am grateful to have met Zach and even more grateful that our paths have crossed once again … as there is no double we will create a more beautiful world together.

 

Episode Topics

4:21 | How Trevor & Zach met at a leadership experience in Los Angeles
6:30 | The moment Zach realized that people were waiting for him to lead
13:05 | How Zach went from being a Minnesota jock to a creative artists in LA
18:10 | Why a spiritual awakening can create a fear of loss
25:22 | What does it mean to “embody the play” in your life?
30:25 | How the “Divine Rhyme” is a reminder of how infinitely capable we are
34:35 | Does everyone have the ability to be a “creative” human being?
36:18 | The story of when Trevor was asked to speak at a fashion design school
39:40 | Zach speaks about his vision for The Daily Moment
44:29 | Zach & Trevor talk about how we create more by surrendering & receiving
54:16 | Why detachment from expectation opens doors you can’t see with your eyes
58:28 | Trevor & Zach talk about plant medicine & the opportunity to surrender
1:05:10 | What is the ONE thing that Zach is most grateful for right now
 

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