Mindful & Driven

WRITE DOWN HOW YOU FEEL to Unclutter Your Mind and Release Your Negative Energy w/ Pete Sena

April 05, 2022 Amardeep Parmar/Pete Sena Episode 42
Mindful & Driven
WRITE DOWN HOW YOU FEEL to Unclutter Your Mind and Release Your Negative Energy w/ Pete Sena
Show Notes

Welcome to episode 42 of the Mindful & Driven podcast! It's all about how to not lose sight of what really matters whilst chasing your dreams.

Episode 42’s guest is Pete Sena. He is the founder of Digital Surgeons. They started with only $5,000 in the bank and they built it into a multi-million-dollar business with over 50 employees. Pete finds that his ADHD has had a big impact on his life and the best style of work-life balance for him. He is always thinking about how he can make his mind calm but also make the best use of the way his brain works.

Topics discussed in this episode:
How to better manage your negative emotions. How to turn your ADHD into an asset. Why it's important to let your negative emotions out. How to be more candid. How to say what you feel without sounding like a bad person. Why it's important to label your feelings. Non-violent communication and how it can help you achieve balance. How to balance your mind and life. How to calm your mind. Why you should communicate your feelings to others. Why it's important to pay attention to your emotions. Why you should prioritize your mental health over your friends.

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Fake it until you make it? (2:32)

Toxic relationships (4:15)

I was that guy. (9:13)

We teach people how to treat us (18:16)

Striving for harmony (21:07)

Time blocking  (26:39)

Purpose, autonomy, and mastery (30:06)

Intro Music:
"Himalayas" by Mona Wonderlick —
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